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Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and. Silver Plated Ware 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FINE WATCH REPAIRING 

Davidson & Griffin 

Livery, Sale 
« # Feed Stables 

FINE TURN-OUTS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE 




233 E. Trade Street, opposite C. C. Depot, 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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harlotte Female Institute 




The Charlotte Female Institute was established as a Boarding School for young 
■&dies in 1857, and has been under the management of the present principal since 1878. 
JDuring these years, under the present administration, more than #10 000 have been expended 
3rSy the principal in improving the comfort and convenience of the building, as a home for its 
Ipoarders. It is supplied throughout with gas; has water from the city water works on every 
Ffioor ; has perfect sanitary arrangements; is heated by a Gurney Hot Water Heater, and it is 
'confidently affirmed that it is the most comfortably heated boarding school in the State, and 
kpcond to none in the South in this respect. 

The Principal, his whole family and the teachers all cat at the same table, and there has 
Kever been any dissatisfaction with the fare. 

The distinctive character of this school appears in the rule concerning the selection of 
teachers, viz.: that no young and inexperienced teacher is ever employed; respect is ad wholly 
Ho excellence and well-merited reputation. 

THE MUSIC AND ART DEPARTMENT 

Are alwavs kept up to the highest standard of taste and culture. It is the Principal's desire and 
iim to do even more in this direction than has been done in the past, and to give the city of 
tharlotte an Institute equal to the best of the same grade North or South. 

THE FALL SESSION 

Commences the first Wednesday in September and closes the Saturday after the third 
Wednesday in January. The Spring Session commences the Monday after the third Wednes- 
day in January and closes in the 20th week afterwards, about the first week in June. 

NO PUPILS RECEIVED FOR LES S THAN A SESSION 

TERMS PER SESSION. 
Instrumental Music under Professor, ------- $30 

Instrumental Music under lady teacher, -----.-25 

Vocal Music, private lessons - ---30 

Vocal Music in class, ,_---.---- 10 

DAY SCHOOL. 

Tuition in Collegiate Department per term. ------ $25 

Tuition in Intermediate Department, ------- 20 

I Latin, French or German in Collegiate Department - - - - - 10 

3n Intermediate Department, ____.___;; 

Payment strictly in advance at the beginning of each session. 

For further particulars address the principal, 

Rev. WM. R. ATKINSON, Charlotte, N. C. 



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POINTS OF INTEREST IN THE CITY. 

To locate any place named in this list, note 
number appended, and refer to cor- 
responding number on the 
Chart. 



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Churches. 

Baptist. Tryon St *5 

Baptist. Trade St 3" 

Catholic, St. Peter's 62 

Episcopal, St. Peters 13 

Episcopal, St. Martin's Mission 7 

Episcopal, St. Michael's Mission (colored) . 65 

Methsdist, Church St 66 

Methodist, Tryon St 21 

Methodist, Eighth St 9 

Presbyterian, First 29 

Presbyterian, Second 23 

Presbyterian, Graham St., Chapel 12 

Presbyterian. Associate Reformed 24 

Lutheran, St. Mark's to 

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

Charlotte Female Institute 5 

St. Mary's Seminary 63 

Macon School 1 9 

Prof. Carter's School 26 

White Graded School 67 

Colored Graded School 64 

R. R. DEPOTS. 

C. C. Passenger ■ 1 

C. C. Freight 48 

R.&D. Passenger 39 

R.&D. Freight 59 

Cotton Platform 57 

Banks. 

Commercial National 60 

First National 42 

Merchants and Farmers 34 

Hotels. 

Buford 45 

Central 44 

Livery Stables. 

Davidson & Griffin 35 

Wadsworth 22 

Theatres. 

Academy of Music 41 

Opera House 55 

Public Offices and Buildings, &c. 

Chamber of Commerce 34 

City Hall 14 

County Jail . 58 

Court House 31 

Elmwood Cemetery 16 

Express Office 53 

Law Building 30 

Mayor's Court and Station House .... 47 

Old Presbyterian Cemetery 20 

Oates Row 27 

Post Office 55 

Presbyterian Home 6 

St. Peter's Home and Hospital 18 

United States Assay Office and New Post 

Office 40 

Y. M. C. A. Building , . 54 

Factories and other Industrial Works. 

Aaa Cotton Mills 3 

Ahrens Planing Mills 60 

Alpha Cotton Mills 2 

Asbury & Finger's Planing Mills .... 36 

Asbury's (Josiah) Planing Mills 25 

Carolina Spoke and Handle Works .... 4 
Charlotte Clothing M'f'g Co's Works ... 43 

Charlotte Knitting Mills 52 

Dixie Pants Factory 33 

Electric Light Works 32 

Elliott & Marsh Furniture Factory . . . . 1 1 

Gas Works 56 

Hirst Printing and Publishing House ... 46 

Liddell Co's Works 50 

Margotius & Co's Bagging and Tie Works. .61 

Mecklenburg Iron Works 28 

Oates Bro's Cotton Factory 17 

Oliver Oil Mills 8 

Piedmont Milling Co's Mill 37 



Street Chart of Charlotte, North Carolina. 



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LOCATING PUBLIC BUILDINCS, CHURCHES, AND FACTORIES. 



GREENVILLE. 



BELMONT SPUING. 



W. Twelfth. 



W. Eleventh. 



W. Tenth. 



W. Ninth. 



W. Eighth. 



W. Sixth. 
BIDDLEVILLE. W. Fifth. 

W. TRADE. 

SEVEBSVILLE. w - Fourth. 
W. Third. 



W. First. 



W. Stonewall. 



W. Hill. 



W. Vance. 



W. Morohead. 




E. Twelfth. 
E. Eleventh. 
E. Tenth. 
E. Ninth. 
E. Eighth. 
E. Seventh. 
, E. SLxth. 
E. Fifth. 

E. TRADE. 



E. Fourth. THOMPSON 

ORPHANAGE. 



WATER WORKS 



E. Third. 



E. Second. 



E. Stonewall. 
Old Boundary. 
E. Hill. 
Liberty. 
E. Vance. 

E. Morehead. 



Star Mills 



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Victor Cotton Mills 51 







RUDIBILL MINE. 



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FAIR GROUND. 



HIRST'S 



Directory of Charlotte 



NORTH CAROLINA 



F,MI!KACIN<! A 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY 



OF LOCAL INSTITUTIONS AND BUSINESS HOUSES 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY 



CONTAINING A COMPLETE LIST, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED, OF ALL FIRMS AND 
ADULT RESIDENTS IN THE CITY 



WITH OTHER VALUABLE INFORMATION 



EDITED HV 
JOHN HIHST and DUDLEY O. STEBBINS 



ILLUSTRATED 



CHARLOTTE 

HIHST PRINTING AND PUBLISHING HOUSE 
1880 



Copyright, 1889, by John Hirst. 



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PREFACE 



This Directory is presented to our subscribers, advertisers 
and the public, in the hope that it may be of daily service as 
a book of reference on matters pertaining to the city. 

It is the result of a considerable amount of laborious and 
careful work, and we honestly believe it to be what we have 
endeavored to make it, the most complete and accurate book 
of the kind ever published in this city. 

If its reception be as cordial as we hope, it is intended to 
make it an annual publication. 

We trust that its merits may be sufficient to ensure a 
kindly forbearance for its defects. 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



We have found it convenient to adopt a few abbreviations in 
the course of this work. In most cases they will be easily under- 
stood, but a reference to the following list will prevent any uncer- 
tainty : 



bds boards 

bet between 

bey beyond 

c colored 

com mer, commission merchant 

cor corner 

e east 

mfg manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 



mgr manager 

n north 

nr near 

opp opposite 

r . . residence 

s south 

w west 

wks works 

supt superintendent 






CONTENTS 



Charlotte, N. C, Introductory Sketch — Location, Climate, Business Advantages, etc 7 

Population, with Table showing Population of each Race and Sex in each Ward . . . 13 

Distances to Principal Points over the various Railroads Centering in Charlotte . . 14 

Government — City and County Officials, Courts, Public Offices, etc ... 17 

Organized Societies — Churches, Charitable Institutions, Business Associations, Secret 

Societies, etc 23 

Commercial and Professional Directory— A List of Professional and Business 

Callings practised in the city, and firms and persons engaged therein 41 

General Directory — White— A Full List of White Adult Residents of the City . . . 63 

General Directory — Colored— A Full List of Colored Adult Residents of the City . 146 



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Ahrens, F. W. , planing mills .... Opp. 80 
Andrews, E. M., furniture . . Bottom margin 
Anthony & Bryce, coal and ice . . . Opp. So 
Arndt, Rudolph, wine and billiards, Last cover 
Asbury, Josiah, planing mill .... Opp. 89 
Asbury & Finger, planing mill . . . Opp 65 
Badger, O. W. , wholesale liquors . . Opp. 96 
Beck, R. T. & Co., drugs, etc . . Top margin 

Blakey, R E., paper, etc Opp. 64 

Boyce & Co., furniture Opp. 56 

Boyd, B. P., magistrate Opp. 81 

Boyne & Badger, jewelry .... First cover 
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Buford Hotel. | f left hand pages. 

Burwell & Dunn, drugs, etc . Bottom margin 

Butler, E. W., barber Opp. 128 

Butt, C. N. G. & Co., insurance . . . Opp. 81 

Central Hotel First cover 

Chambers House, Matthews . . . Page 208 

Charlotte Chronicle Opp. 121 

Charlotte Daily News Opp. 121 

Charlotte Democrat Opp. 121 

Charlotte Female Institute . . . First fly leaf 
Charlotte Hotel, W. J. Moore . . Opp. 112 
Charlotte Knitting Mills .... Side margin 

Charlotte Street Railway Opp. 72 

Clarkson & Duls, attorneys at law . Opp. 81 
Cochrane, R. E , insurance, etc . . Opp. 112 

Crowell, A. H. Jr., lumber Opp. 96 

Davidson & Griffin, liverv . Inside first cover 

Dixie Pants Co Last cover 

Duls, N., groceries Opp. 96 

Duncan, J. A., Matthews Page 208 

Elliott & Marsh, furniture factory . . Opp. 73 
Ervin, T. G., Drugs, Matthews . Page 208 
Eureka Dairy, Henry Vanderlip . . Opp. 113 
Farrior, John, jewelry . . . Inside first cover 
Fichte, Jno. C.Mt. Holly, real estate, Page 210 
Garibaldi, T., stoves and tinware . . Opp. 88 
Gilreath & Co., boots and shoes . Last cover 
Grier & Jordan, Matthews .... Page 208 
Gurney Hot Water Heater Co . . Opp. 104 

Heath & Reid, Matthews Page 207 

Holt, William, shoemaker Opp. 129 



Hunter, C. L , magistrate Opp, 81 

Irwin, H. C, groceries and meat . Opp. 80 

Jersey Dairy, J. A. Barry Opp. 56 

Jordan, R. H. & Co., Drugs, etc., Opp. 56 & 81 

Kaufman & Co., clothiers . . Bottom margin 

Lentz Bros., Mt. Holly 209-10 

Liddell & Co., foundry and machine 

shops Opp. 89 & 97 

McCausland, J. N., stoves, etc. Bottom margin 

McCorkle, John, saloon Last cover 

Mansion House, J. C. Boyte . . . Opp. 129 

Margolius & Co., bagging and ties . Opp. 65 

Matthews, N. C Page 207 

Maxwell, D. G, magistrate .... Opp. 81 

Mecklenburg Iron Works Opp., 57 

Meckhnburg Times Opp. 121 

Mt. Holly, N.C Page 209 

Mt. Holly Knitting Mills Page 210 

Nichols, B , furniture Opp. 96 

Oliver Oil Co , co'ton seed oil . . . Opp. 88 

Osborne & Maxwell, attorneys-at-law, Opp. 112 

O/.ment, John, cabinet maker . . . Opp. 88 

Pegram. M. P. Jr., gents' furnishings, Opp. 112 

Pharr & Long, clothing Opp. IT3 

Portner Brewing Co., lager beer, Top margin 

Pritchet.C. S., painter Opp. 73 

Racket Store, dry goods, etc . . Last cover 

Ross & Adams, stati< nery Opp. 113 

Seaboard Air Line Opp. 105 

Seigle, T. I.. & Co., dress goods, etc . Opp. 56 

Shannonhouse, j. G., machinery, etc, Opp. '73 

Standard Oil Co Opp. 63 

Star Mills, corn meal, etc. ...... Opp. 89 

Summervilie, A. C, lumber .... Opp. 73 

Taylor, W. B., restaurant Opp. 129 

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Iompkins. llir D. A. Lo. , 6 

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Valer. C. & Co., mineral waters . Top margin 

VanNess, I. H., photography . . Last cover 

Warren, S. J., mining expert and agt. Opp. 120 

Wearn, W. H. & Co., drugs . . . Opp. 112 

Willis, J. H., "Little Delmonico" . . Opp. 88 

Willmann, A. R., gunsmith .... Opp. 80 

Wilson Drug Co., drugs, etc .... Opp. 65 












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Charlotte, N. C, Introductory. 



THIS city, the County seat of Mecklenburg, lies a little 
nearer the western than the eastern boundary of the 
State of North Carolina, and about ten miles from the 
southern boundary. Its location is high, between the valleys 
of the Catawba and Yadkin rivers, it is a short distance from 
the foot of the Blue Ridge range of mountains, and there is 
no disease incident to the climate. 

The surrounding country is fertile, abounds in fine 
timber and is rich in mineral deposits. Gold has been mined 
extensively in this neighborhood for many years, and lately, 
especially, the amount of bullion purchased at the United 
States assay office located here is considerable, reaching dur- 
ing the year 1888 the sum of $285,000, and the receipts are 
growing larger every month. This, however, does not repre- 
sent nearly the products of the gold region of which Charlotte 
is the centre, both ore and bullion being shipped abroad and 
to the North to a considerable value. The famous Rudisill 
and St. Catherine Gold Mines are almost within the corporate 
limits of the city, neither being a distance of two miles from 
the Court House. 

The advantages offered by the numerous railroads center- 
ing here have had and must continue to have a great influence 



INTRODUCTORY SKETCH. 



on the growth and prosperity of Charlotte, which to-day is 
looked upon as the most lively and vigorous city in the State. 

The staple industry at present is the traffic in cotton, the 
amount brought into the city from the surrounding country 
during the season 1888-9 being about 45,000 bales, keeping 
busily employed the immense new compress erected in the 
fall of 1888. 

But Charlotte has within the past few years directed her 
attention largely towards manufacturing, and factories are 
springing up as by magic. There are now here four cotton 
factories (three built during 1888), affording employment to 
1 500 hands; one large knitting mill (built in 1888); an ex- 
tensive furniture factory, quite recently established, but ship- 
ping immense quantities of goods to points both North and 
South ; a spoke and handle factory, which within two years 
has built up a magnificent business, doing a large home and 
export trade ; two foundries and machine shops, manufactur- 
ing engines, saw mills, cotton presses, mining machinery, 
etc., and employing hundreds of hands ; cotton seed oil mills, 
with a capacity for crushing and extracting the oil from 
seventy tons of seed daily ; several clothing factories, turning 
out thousands ol garments monthly and employing nearly five 
hundred hands ; two steam flouring mills, three large planing 
mills, several sash and blind factories, and, as will be observed 
in our classified business directory, many other smaller indus- 
trial establishments. An abundance of raw material to supply 
these factories lies within reach of this fortunate city, and her 
future as an important manufacturing centre is assured. 

The favored position of Charlotte in the matter of rail- 
road facilities has led to its becoming of considerable impor- 
tance as a distributing point, and as a wholesale centre it 
stands first of any city in the State. Numerous prosperous 
concerns here have constantly on the road a large number of 




Y. M. C. A. HALL, CHARLOTTE. 



INTRODUCTORY SKETCH. 



" drummers '' beating, up trade throughout the South, and in 
the busy seasons these establishments present a lively appear- 
ance, and the streets are crowded with drays conveying goods 
to and from the various freight depots. 

The retail stores of Charlotte present a businesslike 
appearance, their handsome plate glass windows filled with 
goods of utility and ornament displayed in tempting array 
giving the city a metropolitan aspect. Prices generally here 
compare very favorably with those of any city in the union. 
The stores are well supplied not only with the necessaries, 
but also with the luxuries of life, evidencing in an unmistak- 
able manner the general prosperity and refined tastes of this 
community. 

The city has excellent accommodation in the way of hotels, 
the most prominent being the Central and the Buford, 
which in their equipment and management are unsurpassed 
by any in the South. 

All the leading- christian denominations have handsome 
church structures, several being illustrated by engravings, and 
a complete list being given in its proper place in this book. 

Charlotte is well provided with schools both private and 
public, which offer advantages unsurpassed by any schools in 
the country. 

Four excellent newspapers are published here, two daily 
and two weekly, having an extensive circulation in the city 
and surrounding country. 

The Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte is an especially 
enterprising and progressive bod)'. Its membership includes 
nearly all the leading business men of the city, and the 
wonderful growth of Charlotte during the past few years is 
largely due to the enlightened and enterprising spirit of this 
association. 



12 HIRST S DIRECTORY OF CHARLOTTE. 

The Banks, three in number, are on a sound financial 
basis, and represent an aggregate capital of $875,000. 

Charlotte is governed by a mayor and twelve aldermen, 
three from each of the four wards into which the city is 
divided. These officials are elected by the people, and serve 
a two-years' term. 

The police force, under the control of the board of 
aldermen, is very efficient, and the general order of the city is 
remarkably good, the number of arrests being few, and serious 
offences very rare. 

A paid fire department, well supplied with necessary 
equipments, including electric alarms, adds materially to the 
safety of life and property. 

The city is beautifully laid out, its streets are wide and 
well cared for, many of them overarched with noble shade 
trees. The magnificent residences of its wealthier citizens, with 
their extensive grounds, and the numerous charming- homes 
of a less pretentious character, coupled with its fine churches 
and handsome public buildings, strikingly impress a stranger 
with the beauty of Charlotte. 

Added to the foregoing the city has ample waterworks, 
gas and electric lights, street railways, free postal delivery, 
and in short is well equipped with the appointments necessary 
in these days of progress for the home of an intelligent and 
refined community, and all this in a climate delightful in the 
extreme. 



POPULATION OF THE CITY. 



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COMPLETE CENSUS. 



This table shows the population of the city in detail, giv- 
ing the number of white and colored inhabitants of each ward, 
male and female. 

The immediate suburbs have an aggregate population of 
about one thousand, thus bringing the number up to 12,610. 
The figures within the boundary line have been arrived at by 
careful and thorough canvas, and may be relied upon as 
correct. 



FIRST WARD. 



Male . 
Female 



Both Sexes 



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COLORED. 



§43 

i'55 



1998 



592 
733 



BOTH RACES. 
1435 
1888 



1325 



3323 



Male . 
Female 



Both Sexes 



SECOND WARD. 



61S 
522 



1 1 40 



656 
753 



1409 



BOTH RACES. 
1274 

"75 
2549 



THIRD WARD. 



Male 


WHITE. 

753 
847 


COLORED. 
768 

9O4 

1672 


BOTH RACES. 
1526 

1751 


Female 




Both Sexes 


1605 


3277 





FOURTH WARD 






Male 


WHITE. 
IOO6 
IO32 


COLORED. 
172 

251 


BOTH RACES. 
II78 
1283 






2038 


423 


2461 



ENTIRE CITY. 





WHITE. 
3225 
3556 


COLORED. 
2188 
264I 


BOTH RACES. 
5413 
6197 




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HIRST S DIRECTORY OF CHARLOTTE. 



DISTANCES 

From Charlotte over the various Railroads running out of the City. 



Richmond & 

CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Air Line junction I 

Newels 8 

Harrisburg 13 

Concord 21 

Glass Siding 27 

China Grove 34 

Salisbury 44 

Haltsburg 50 

Linwood 54 

Lexington 61 

Conrad Siding . 65 

Thomasville 71 

High Point 78 

Jamestown 82 

Salem Junction 89 

South Switch 92 

Greensboro 93 

18554 Mile Siding 96 

Busicks 99 

Morehead .... 101 

Browns Summit 104 

Benaja 108 

168 Mile Siding 114 

Reidsville 117 

Ruffin 126 

Pelham 132 

D. & N. R. Junctio 1 136 

Danville 141 

North Danville 142 

Ringgold 146 

Sutherlins . 152 



Danville Railroad. 



CHARLOTTE TO MILLS 

Barksdale's 155 

Pace's 160 

New's Ferry 164 

Baston 173 

Wolf Trap 177 

Scottsburg 181 

Clover 187 

Staunton River 191 

Randolph 192 

Massing'ord 196 

Drake's Branch 201 

Keysville 208 

Meherin 217 

Green Bay 221 

Burkeville 228 

Jenning's Ordinary 23a 

[etersville 238 

Amelia C. H 246 

Chula 251 

Mattoax 225 

Powhatan 257 

Hallsboro 264 

Coolfield 269 

Bobiou's 271 

Bonair 274 

Granite 277 

Rockfield 270 

Belle Isle 280 

Manchester 281 

Richmond 282 



Air Line Division (R. & D.) 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Steel Creek 5 

Garibaldi 11 

Lowell 16 

Gastonia 21 

All Healing Springs 27 

Kings Mountain 33 

Grover 40 

Black's 46 

Gaffney 55 

Thicketty 61 

Cowpens 65 

Spartanburg 75 

Fair Forest 80 

Wcllford 85 

Duncan's 89 

Greens 94 

Taylor's 99 

Greenville 107 

Croswell 114 

Easley's 119 

Liberty 126 

Central , 133 

Seneca 146 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Westminster 156 

Harbin's 161 

Ben Cleveland 165 

Folsom 169 

Toccoa 174 

Ayersville 181 

Mount Airy 187 

Cornelia 189 

Bellton 201 

Lula 202 

White Sulphur Springs 207 

Gainesville 214 

Odells . • 220 

Flowery Branch 223 

Buford ^29 

Suwanee 236 

Duluth 242 

Norcross 248 

Doraville 252 

Roswell Junction 254 

Goodwin's 256 

Atlanta 267 



DISTANCES TO PRINCIPAL POINTS. 



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Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad (R. & D.) 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Pineville 10 

Fort Mills 17 

Catawba River 21 

Rock Hill ' 25 

Warrens 31 

Smiths 34 

Lewis 37 

Chester 44 

Cornwall's . . . .' 52 

Rlackstock's 56 

Woodward ^8 

White Oak 63 

Adger's 66 

Winnsboro - .... 71 

Rocklon 74 

Simpson's 77 

Ridgeway 83 

Blytheford 90 

Sharp's 93 

Killian's 96 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Columbia 106 

W. C. and A. Junction 108 

Lexington 121 

Barn's 125 

Keisler's 129 

Gilbert Hollow 131 

Summit 133 

Leesville 138 

Ratesburg 141 

Ridge Spring 149 

Waro's 153 

Johnston 158 

Trentons 165 

Miles Mill 170 

Vaucluse 175 

Graniteville 178 

Aiken Junction 179 

Longley 182 

Dead Fall 189 

Augusta 191 



Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio Division (R & D.) 



CHARLOTTE TO 

C. C. Junction . 



MILES 

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Section House .'5 

Henderson's 8 

Stonewall 10 

Alexandria 12 

Huntersville 15 

Caldwell's 18 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Davidson College 22 

Mount Mourne 25 

Meresville 28 

Shepherd's 32 

Trautman's 38 

Statesville : 44 



Carolina Central Railroad. 

GOING EAST. 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Matthews 11 

Stouts 17 

Monroe 24 

Ames' 30 

B'-aver Dam 34 

Mulcahy 40 

Polkton 44 

Wadesboro 52 

Lilesville 57 

Pee Dee > . . . 63 

Rockingham 71 

Hamlet 77 

Sand Hill 78 

Old Hundred 84 

Laurel Hill 87 

Laminburg 92 

Maxton 99 



CHARLOTTE TO 



MILES 



Alma ioj 

Red Banks 105 

Moss Neck . 101 

Lumberton 120 

Allenton 125 

Bladenboro 134 

Abbottsburg r38 

Clarkton 142 

Rosindale 150 

Council 154 

Marlville 162 

Armour 166 

Cronly 170 

North West 173 

Mears' 183 

Wilmington 187 



GOING WEST. 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Paw Creek 7 

Mt. Holly 11 

Stanley Creek 18 

Iron 25 

Lincolnton 32 

Cherryville 42 

Waco 45 



CHARLOTTE TO MILES 

Shelby 54 

Lattimore 60 

Mooresboro 64 

Ellenboro 67 

Bostic 74 

Forest City ' * 76 

Rutherfordton 80 



i6 hirst's directory of charlotte. 



FIRE! 



Location of Fire Alarm Boxes. 

WARD NO. 1. 
No. 12 — Corner North Tryon and College Avenue. 
No. 13 — Corner North College and East 8th Streets. 
No. 14 — Corner North B and East 9th Streets. 
No. 16 — Corner North C and East 6th Streets. 
No. 18 — Corner North College and East 6th Streets. 

WARD No. 2. 
No. 21— Corner East Trade and South B Streets. 
No. 23 — Corner East Trade and South E Streets, 
No. 25 — Corner South C and East 1st Streets. 
No. 27— Engine House No. 1 — East Trade Street. 
No. 29 — Corner South Tryon and East 2nd Streets. 

WARD No. 3. 
No. 31 — Corner South Tryun and Morehead Streets. 
No. 32— Corner South Church and West Hill Streets. 
No. 34 — Corner South Church and West 3rd Streets. 
No. 36 — Corner South Tryon and West Trade Streets. 
No. 38 — Corner West Trade and Mint Streets. 

WARD No. 4. 
No. 41 — Coiner Wesi Trade and Air Line Railroad. 
No. 42 — Corner West Trade and North Clarkson Streets. 
No. 43 — Corner North Graham and West 7th Streets. 
No. 45 — Corner North Poplar and West 9th Streets. 
No. 47 — Corner North Church and West 7th Streets. 

Signals on Bells and Gongs. 

1 Blow for test of line. 

5 Blows after an alarm — Put on more water pressure. 

2 — 2 — 2 Blows — Call for reserve Engines. 

3 Blows for "Fire Out". 

10 Blows repeated 3 times — General alarm. 

To Key Holders. 

Key holders will be particular to observe the following rules, as they will be responsible 
for Alarms given with their key. 

Upon positive intormation of a fire near your Signal Box, unlock the door and PUSH the 
Buiton and then close the door ; don't try to remove your key ; it will be returned to you on the 
arrival of an officer of the Fire Department. 

Never open the door except in case ot a fire. 

Never give an alarm except from the box nearest the fire. 

Never give an alarm from your box if the fire bell or the small bell in the box is striking, 
as that indicates an alarm has already been given. 

Never let the key go out of your possession unless to some responsible person for the pur- 
pose of giving an alarm. 

How To Locate Alarms. 

If the alarm is sounded from box 14, the alarm bells will strike ONE, then pause five 
seconds and strike FOUR thus: I — 1 1 1 1 ; indicating fire in the neighborhood of No. 14 box. 
If sounded at No. 47 Box, the Alarm Bell strikes 1 1 1 1 — 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Every alarm is repeated four 
times at intervals of 20 seconds. 

The number of the box signaling the fire will be struck upon the bells of the engine houses 
the water works, together with the bell upon the tower. 

Keys to open signal boxes will be placed in the corner houses at the boxes. 

O. F ASBURY, Fire Marshal. 



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Government. 



OFFICERS OF THE CITY. 

Mayor, F. B. McDowell, 

Mayor pro tem, Heriot Clarkson. 

Aldermen : 

First Ward, T. R. Magill.J. H. McAden, W. E. Shaw. 
Second Ward, John L. Brown, J. M. Hagler, Jno. W. Miller. 
Third Ward, G. J. Williams, W. W. Ward, Hannibal Edwards. 
Fourth Ward, J. J. Gormley, D. W. Oates, Heriot Clarkson. 
Standing Committees — On finance, D. W. Oates, W. W. Ward, 
Jno. W. Miller: on sewers and water works, J. H. McAden, 
Hannibal Edwards, D. W. Oates, J. J. Gormley; on streets and 
sidewalks, J. J. Gormley, J. H. McAden, J. L. Brown, W. W. 
Ward; on ordinances, Heriot Clarkson, J. L. Brown, G. J. 
Williams; on lamps and gas, D. W. Oates. W. W. Ward, 
T. R. Magill; on fire department, W. E. Shaw, D. W. Oates, 
Heriot Clarkson, J. M. Hagler; on cotton, W. W.Ward, T. R. 
Magill, Hannibal Edwards; on cemeteries and public buildings, 
J. L. Brown, D. W. Oates, J. M. Hagler; on health, J. H. Mc- 
Aden, W. E. Shaw, Heriot Clarkson, Jno. W. Miller; on 
graded schools, Hannibal Edwards, G. J. Williams, Jno. W. 
Miller. 
The Mayor is (ex-officio) chairman of the street committee and a 
member of the commutes on finance, sewers and water works, 
ordinances, lamps and gas, and fire department. 
Police Commissioners, F. B. McDowell (chairman), D. W, Oates, 

W. E. Shaw, W. W. Ward. 
Chief of Police, W. F. Griffith. 
Police Sergeants, H. W. Jetton, J. M. Boyte. 
Patrolmen, Wm. McKenzie, E. W. Rigler, J. L. Orr, C. McNelis. 

D. P. Hunter, G. J. Morris. 
Depot Policeman, L. A. Blackwelder. 
Sanitary Policeman, B. M. Presson. 



GOVERNMENT. ig 



Fire Department, W. F. Griffith, chief; O. F. Asbury, marshal. 
School Commissioners, 

Chairman, F. B. McDowell. 

First Ward, S. E. Linton, M. C. Mayer. 

Second Ward, P. H. Phelan, W. M. Wilson. 

Third Ward, John C. Burroughs, Joseph Siler. 

Fourth Ward, Walter Brem, D. P. Hutchison. 
Superintendent Graded Schools, Alex. A. Graham. 
Tax Collector, W. B. Gooding, office City Hall. 
Cotton Weigher, J. S. Withers, office Cotton Platform. 
Cotton Inspector, J. Warren Roark, office Cotton Platform. 
Street Commissioner and Engineer, S. G. Strickland. 
Keeper of Elmwood Cemetery, Dr. F. Scarr. 
Keeper of Pinewood Cemetery, S. Bradley. 
Attorneys, Bunvell & Walker, office Law Building. 
Clerk and Treasurer, Fred. Nash, office City Hall. 



CITY OFFICES. 

City Hail, 301 n Tryon. Here is transacted the general business of 
the city, and the Board of Aldermen hold their meetings. 

Mayor's Court, East Trade, between College and A. Court held 
daily at nine o'clock a. m. 

Police Headquarters, s. w. cor. Tryon and Trade. 



CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

White Graded, near Southern' Boundary (See chart). Alex. A. Gra- 
ham, principal. 

Colored Graded, n. e. cor. Myers and Stonewall (See chart). J. E. 
Rattley. principal. 



COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Court House, w. Trade, cor. n. Church. 

Superior Court — comprising, Mecklenburg, Union, Gaston, Lincoln, 
Catawba, Alexander, Cleveland, Rutherford and Polk counties. 
J. M. Morrow, clerk. Meets last Mondays of February and August, 

tor the trial of civil ca^es only. Term, three weeks. 
Hon. W. M. Shipp, judge nth judicial district. 
Franklin I. Osborne, solicitor nth judicial district. 



20 HIRST S DIRECTORY OF CHARLOTTE 

The judges of the superior court are elected by the people at 
large, it being necessary to have a judge in each judicial district. 
The judges rotate. The judges presiding in each district have 
power to issue extraordinary proceedings and hold the courts in 
their respective ridings. The clerk of the superior court is 
(ex-officio) judge of probate and has power to take probate of 
deeds, wills, certify records, etc. 
Criminal Court — T. R. Robertson, clerk. Meets second Mondays ot 
February, April, August, and October, and first Monday of Decem- 
ber, of each year. 

Hon. O. P. Meares, judge. 
John E. Brown, solicitor. 

Mecklenbury county has a special criminal court which has the 
exclusive right to try all criminal cases, irrespective of the superior 
court of this county, having jurisdiction only of civil cases. 
The clerk of the criminal court has concurrent power with the 
clerk of the superior court to take probate of deeds and order 
them to be registered. 
Clerk of the Superior Court, J. M. Morrow. 

" " " Criminal " T. R. Robertson. 
Sheriff, Z. T. Smith. 
Register of Deeds, J. W. Cobb. 
Tax Collector, R A. Torrance. 
County Treasurer, J. H McClintock. 

" Surveyor, C. A. Spratt 
Coroner, A. A. Cathey. 
County Physician, H M. Wilder. 
Superintendent of Education, W. W. Robinson. 
Board of County Commissioners, T. L. Vail (chairman), S. H. Hil- 
ton, Thomas Grier. J. A. Ynuntd, J. L. Jetton. 
County Magistrates: 

Charlotte— W. P. Boyd, D. G. Maxwell, W. W. Ward, H. C. Sev- 
ers, S. W. Davis, Thomas J. Wilson, D. P. Hutchison, F. B. 
McDowell, Walter Brem, M. C. Mayer, C. H. Wolfe, D. G. Long, 
C. L. Hunter. 
Sharon— W. D. Beatty, W. B. Alexander. 
Pineville— J. T. Downs, J. D. Culp, J. H. Collins, 
Clear Creek — C. J. Biggers, J. A. Houston, C. P. Mungo, J. E. 

Henderson, N. M. Philip. 
Long Creek — John C. Hutchinson, James A. Wilson. 
Berryhill — W. M. Long. 
Huntersville— D. W. Mayes, John W. Moore, A. J. Hunter, J. C. 

Bell, J. W. Mullen. 
Crab Orchard— S. H. Farrow, J. C. Campbell. 
Mallard Creek — W. D. Alexander, J. P. Hunter. 



GOVERNMENT. 



Paw Creek — J. A. Tucker, M. Alexander, W. J. Dunn. 

Steele Creek— S. W. Reid, H. D. Smith. 

Dewese— F. J. Knox, Z. A. Hovis, W. P. Williams. 

Providence — f. M. Reid. 

Morning Star — J. Watt Hood, T. J. Renfrew. 



TOWNSHIPS AND POSTOFFICES. 

Showing at a Glance all the Postoffices in each Township in the County. 

Berryhill — Dixie, Lodo. 

Charlotte— Charlotte. 

Clear Creek — Arlington, Hornet, Mint Hill. 

Crab Orchard — Burdette, Kingwood, Newel, Query's, Shamrock. 

Dewese — Davidson College. 

Huntersville — Huntersville, Caldwells. 

Lemley's — Cowan's Ford, River View. 

Long Creek— Hopewell, Martindale. 

Mallard Creek — Croft, Derita, Eastfield, Garrison, Monteith. 

Morning Star — Hood's, Matthews. 

Paw Creek— Pa w Creek, Sandifer. 

Pineville— Pineville. 

Providence — Davenport, Harrison, Tampa. 

Sharon —Griffith, Hebron, Rankin, Sardis. 

Steele Creek — Randlebur"-, Steele Creek. 



FEDERAL. 
U. S. District and Circuit Courts, H. C. Cowles, clerk. Held second 
Mondays of June and December. 
District Judge, R. P. Dick. 
Circuit Judge, Hugh L. Bond. 
U. S. District Attorney, Col. H. C. Jones. 

Charlotte Post Office, s. Tryon, bet. Third and Fourth. Postmaster, 
Gen. Jno. A. Young. Open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; 
on Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., and lor 30 minutes after 
arrival of afternoon train from the north. 

Money Order Office open from 9 a. m. to 4. p. m, 
Mails close — Going north, 4.30 a, m., 5. 15 p. m. ; going south, 12:30 
p. m. and 10 p. m., going east, 5:30 a. m, ; going west, 3:45 p. m. 
U. S. Assay Office, 405 w. Trade. R. P. Waring, sup. ; Geo. B. Hanna, 
assayer. 

U. S. New Public Building, in course of erection at time of publication 
of this work, on same lot as U. S. Assay Office. Supt. H. M. Wilder, 
M. D. 




BAPTIST CHURCH. 



Organized Societies. 



CHURCHES AND AFFILIATED SOCIETIES. 



Baptist, Tryon St. Church, n. Tryon, bet Sixth and Seventh. 
Pastor, A. G. McManaway. 
Services, Sunday n a. m. and 7 p. m. 
Deacons : T. L. Vail (chairman), W. H. Hoffman, E K. P. Osborne 

(clerk), R. H. Jordan, F. R. Durham, W. N. Prather, T. S. 

Franklin. 
Church Treasurer, T. L. Vail. 
Sub-Treasurer, W. H. Hoffman. 
Clerk, T. S. Franklin. 
Auditor, B. F. Withers. 
Membership 343. 

Sunday School: W. F. Dowd, supt. ; J. A. Durham, asst. ; member- 
ship, 140 scholars. 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor : Miss Eva Liddell, 

president; J. E. McManaway, vice-president; J. O. Bell, sec: 

meets at Church every Monday night. 
Benevolent Society : Mrs. Geo. W. Bryan, pres. ; Miss Bessie Wris- 

ton, sec. 
Missionary Society : Mrs. W.J. F. Liddell, pres.; Miss Bessie Wris- 

ton sec. 
Little Violets— children's society under management of Miss Cora 

Franklin. 
Baptist, Trade St. Church, cor. Trade and Cedar sts. 
Services every Sunday night at 7:30. 

Sunday School 3 p. m. ; W. M. Lyles, supt. ; C. Gresham, asst. ; J. 
W. Moss, sec. 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 25 



Catholic, St. Peter's Church, cor. s. Tryon and First. 
Very Rev. Mark. S. Grose, priest. 
Services every Sunday 11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. 
Membership 300. 
Ladies' Aid Society : Mrs. E. Grose, pres.;Mrs. D. O'Donoghue, 

vice pres. ; Mrs. J. T. Butler, sec. ; Mrs. f ennie Price, treas. 
Sunday School : Services every Sunday at 10 a. m. conducted by 

Sisters of Mercy ; number of teachers, 6 ; number of Scholars, 75. 
Episcopal, St. Peter's Church, cor. of n. Tryon and w. Seventh. 
Jos. Blount Cheshire, Jr., rector. 
Vestry : John Wilkes (senior warden), Hamilton C. Jones (junior 

warden), Piatt D. Walker, Thomas C. James, Heriot Clarkson, 

Jos. G. Shannonhouse, B. R. Smith, Joseph H. Emery, J. Frank 

Wilkes, C. L. Hunter. Lucian H. Walker. 
St. Martin's Chapel, and Guild, cor. D. and Tenth Sts : J. K. P. 

Neatherry, warden. 
St. Peter's Home and Hospital, cor. Seventh and Poplar Sts. (See 

Charitable Institutions.) 
Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions. 
Woman's Parish Guild 
Thompson Orphanage Guild. 
The Boys' Guild. 
The Busy Bees, children's society. 
Methodist, Tryon St. Methodist Episcopal Church South, n. Tryon 
St., cor. of w. Sixth. 

Rev. P. J. Carraway, presiding elder ; Rev. Solomon Pool, D. D. 

pastor ; Miss Nannie T. Dowd, organist. 
Services on Sunday n a. m., and 7:30 p. m. 
Praver Meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. 
Trustees : J. W. Wadsworth (chairman), M. C. Mayer, Walter Brem, 

I. H. McGinn, Josiah Asbury, J. S. Spencer, H. Edwards, J. Riley 

Davidson, C. W. Tillett. 
Stewards : Walter Brem (chairman), E. M. Andrews, W. A. Sing, 

J. C. Smith, W. R. Jones, W. H. Gray, M. C. Mayer, C. P. 

Wheeler, Joseph McLaughlin, M. F. Kirby. 
Rev. E. A. Edwards, local preacher ; E. Hooper, exhorter. 
Sexton, John C. Watson, 607 n. Pine st. 
Membership, 563. 
Sunday School : M. C. Mayer, supt. ; C. P. Wheeler, asst. supt. ; 

W. R. Jones, sec; John F. Rudisill, treas.; W. H. Gray, lib.; 

W. H. Jones, asst. lib. ; Mrs. C. P. Wheeler, organist. Meets in 

winter at 3 p. m. ; in summer at 4 p. m. Scholars 400. 
E St. Auxiliary Sunday School : M. F. Kirby, supt. ; C. O. Mercer, 

sec. and treas. ; Miss Annie Babington, organist. Scholars, 45. 

Meets in winter at 3 p.m. ; in summer at 4 p. m. 




ST. PETER S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 27 

Smithville Auxiliary Sunday School : E. Hooper, supt. Meets, 3 
p. m. Scholars, 50. 

Ladies Aid Society : Mrs. C. Dowd, pres. ; Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth, 
1st vice-pres. ; Mrs. T. L. Ritch, 2d vice pres. ; Mrs. Walter Brem, 
sec; Mrs. J. S. Spencer, treas. Meets every Monday at 4 p. m., 
Sunday school room. 

Young Ladies' Society : Miss Annie Grier, pres. ; Miss Bettie Allison, 
1st vice-pres. Miss Bessie Bethune, 2d vice-pres.; Miss Mamie 
Byerly, sec. ; Miss Mamie Grimes, treas. ; Mrs. W. R. Jones, mgr. 

Woman's Missionary Society : Mrs. R. N. Littlejohn, pres. ; Mrs. 
Wm. Sprinkle, vice-pres.; Mrs. M. C. Mayer, treas.; Mrs. C. C. 
Kennedy, sec. ; Miss Sallie Whistnant, cor. sec. Meets 1st Mon- 
day in each month at church. 

Bright Jewels : Miss Mamie C. Bagwell, pres.; Miss 'Emma Smith, 
1st vice-pres. ; Miss Mina Brem, 2d vice-pres. ; Miss Katie Gaston, 
3d vice-pres. ; Miss Anuie Shannonhouse, 4th vice pres. ; Warren 
D. Pool, treas. ; Arthur H. Wearn, sec. ; Miss Lola Carraway, cor. 
sec. ; Miss Maggie Mayer, Lady Manager. Meets 1st Sunday in 
each month at 4:30 o'clock at the Sunday school room. 
Methodist, Church St. M. E. Church, Church st. bet. w. Stonewall 
and Hill. 

T. L. Triplett, pastor. 

Services every Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

E. M. Overcash, L. P. 

Deacons: J. C. Campbell, A. M. Beattie, G. W. Hucks, W. M. 
Griffin, J. J. Shuman, W. F. A. Holder, G. M. Holobaugh, R. M. 
Gardner. 

Trustee, J. L. Hipp. 

Membership 180. 

Sunday School: A. L. Butt, supt.; Marc. R. Morrison, sec; J. J. 
Shuman, treas; 217 teachers; 208 scholars. 
Presbyterian, First Church, Trade, bet. Church and Poplar. 

Pastor, A. W. Miller, D.D., LL.D. 

Ruling Elders: Jno. A. Young, Wm. Maxwell, C, Scott, A. G. 
Brenizer, Geo. E. Wilson, F. Scarr, Jno. E. Brown, J. C. Bur- 
roughs, G. B. Hanna, E. Nye Hutchison. Session meets 2nd 
Monday afternoon in each month. 

Deacons: John L. Brown, S. P. Alexander, R. E. Cochrane, J. R. 
Holland, John W. Stephens, W. S. Alexander, James H. Carson, 
Thos. Grier, R. M. Miller, W. B. Nisbet, R. A. Dunn, W. W. 
Ward. Bench of Deacons meets 1st Monday evening in each 
month. The Deacons also constitute the Board of Trustees. 

Clerk of Session, F. Scarr. 

Treasurer, J. R. Holland. 

Organist, Mrs. B. L. Dewey. 




TRYON STREET METHODIST CHURCH. 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 29 



Sexton, L. A. Blackwelder. 

Services, Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Wednesday night Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m. 

Gentlemen's Prayer Meeting, Sunday 9:30 a. m. 

Membership 460. 

Standing Committee — Poor: 1st Ward, R. E. Cochrane, Thos. 

Grier; 2nd^Ward, J. R. Holland, S. P. Alexander; 3rd Ward, W. 

W. Ward, W. B. Nisbet; 4th Ward, R. A. Dunn, J. W. Stephens. 
Standing Committee — Church Property: R. M. Miller, R. E. 

Cochrane, J. R. Holland. Thos. Grier, S. P. Alexander. 
Sunday School : G. B. Hanna, supt. ; A. G. Brenizer, asst. supt. ; 

W. B. Nisbet, sec; R. M. Miller, librarian; H. H. Orr, Baxter 

Ross, W. C. White, asst. librarians. 
Bible Class at Manse, Dr. A. W. Miller, teacher. 
Collection for Foreign Missions, last Sunday in each month. 
Gentlemen's Foreign Missionary Society : Geo. E. Wilson, pres. ; 

J. L. Brown, J. E. Brown, vice-pres. ; A. G. Brenizer, sec. and 

treas. executive com., W. B. Nisbet, chm'n.; 'J. C. Burroughs, 

M. P. Pegram, Jr., W. J. Hayes, H. H. Orr, W. S. Alexander, 

James Malona, R A. Dunn, W. Miles Pegram. 
Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society: Mrs. M. A. Osborne, pres.; 

Mrs. C. M. Gibbon, Mrs. Harriet Reading, vice-pres'ts ; Mrs. Ida 

W. Miller, sec. ; Mrs. S. J. White, treas. Time of meeting, first 

Mondav afternoon in each month. 
Randolph Foreign Missionary Society: Mrs. Harriet N. Sanders, 

pres. ; Miss Lucy P. Alexander, 1st vice pres.; Miss Mary Andrews, 

2nd vice pres.; Mrs. Grace L. Chambers, sec, Mrs Hazeline 

Dunn, treas. 
Christian Endeavor Society: Directors, Mrs. R. A. Dunn, Miss 

Eldora Ross. Miss Louise Morehead, Mrs. H. N. Saunders; Mrs. 

Grace L. Chambers, sec; Miss Sallie Alexander, treas. 
Ladies' Aid Society: Mrs. James H. Carson, pres.; Miss Susie 

Williams, vice pres. ; Mrs. A. E. Pritchard, treas. 
Thornwell Orphanage Society : Mrs Anna S. Malona, pres. 
Presbyterian, Second Church, n. Tryon, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 
Rev. James Y. Fair, Pastor. 
Ruling Elders: James B. Rankin, Julius P. Alexander, Chas. W. 

Alexander, David W. Oates, Richard B. Alexander, Rufus Bar- 
ringer, John R. Ross, John E. Oates. 
Deacons: Clifton C. Hayes, C. N. G. Butt, J. H. Tolar, W. M. 

Finger, Benj. W. Barnett, D. R. Harry, James M. Oates. 
Number of communicants March 1st, 1889, 605. 
Sabbath Schools, at the Church: D. W. Oates, supt. ; John E, 

Oates, 1st asst. supt. ; John H. Tolar, 2d asst. supt. ; James M. 

Oates, sec. ; number of teachers 42; number of scholars 275. 




FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH. 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 31 

Graham Street Chapel: Rev. J. L. McLees, city evangelist, sup- 
ported by the church. 
Graham Street Sabbath School: C. W. Alexander, supt. ; }. S. 

Phillips, sec; number of teachers 20; number of scholars 217. 
Committees to Minister to the Poor: 1st Ward, J. H. Tolar, Wm. 

M. Finger, Mrs. S. J. Perry, Mrs. J. M. Smith, Miss Sallie Phillips; 

2nd Ward, C. N. G. Butt, Mrs. L. J. Pitcher, Mrs. Geo. F. Bason; 

3rd Ward, James M. Oates, Benj. W. Barnett, Mrs. Jas. M, Oates, 

Mrs. J. H. Weddington; 4th Ward, D. R. Harry, C. C. Hayes, 

Mrs. Rufus Barringer, Mrs. Sam'l J. Neisler, Mrs. D. W. Oates. 
Gentlemen's Foreign Missionary Society: D. G. Maxwell, pres., 

E. T. Cansler, ist vice pres. ; Geo. S. Hall, 2nd vice pres.; Benj. 

W. Barnett, sec. and treas. This society supports Rev. J. E. 

Bear, a missionary to Chinkiang, China, at a salary of $800. 
Ladies' Foreign Missionary Society: Mrs. M. A. Brem, pres.; Mrs. 

H. H. Beatty, ist vice pres. ; Miss Helen Long, sec. ; Mrs. James 

M, Oates, treas. 
Ladies' Aid Society: Mrs. Rufus Barringer, pres.; Miss Addie P. 

Yates, vice pres. ; Mrs. James T. Ross, sec. and treas. 
Young Woman's Christian Association: Miss Mamie W. Yates, 

pres.; Mrs. Josie Durant, vice pres.; Miss Charlee C. Hutchison, 

sec. ; Miss Lillie Long, treas. 
Money Offerings of the Church: To congregational uses and the 

various benevolent objects during the year ending April ist, 

1888, $11,627.33. 
Presbyterian, Associate Reformed, cor. n. College and e. Fifth. 
Rev. Charles E. Todd, Pastor. 
Services, every Sunday n a. m. and 3 p. m. 

Elders: Thomas R, Magill (clerk of session), J. B. McLaughlin. 
Deacons: T. P. Spratt (treas.), E. D. McGinnis, J. Y. Orders. 
Ladies' Aid Society: Mrs, Josie Jamison, pres.; Mrs. E. A. Magill, 

vice pres. ; Miss F. Jamison, treas. ; Miss Sarah Nisbet, sec. 
Membership of church to Jan. ist, 1889, 55. 

Sunday School: T. R. Magill, supt.; W. L. Reid, treas.; member- 
ship 50; meets every Sunday at 10 a. m. 
St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, n. Tryon, bet. Seventh 
and Eigth. 

Pastor, Rev. T. S. Brown. 

Council: Elders, Jacob Duls, T. L. Seigle, S. E. Linton, W. A. 

Barrier, H. A. Klueppelberg, Deacons, W. M. Crowell, C. H. 

Duls, G. L. Krueger, D. S. Holobaugh, A. R. Willmann, R. M. 

Fisher. Sec. of council, W. A. Barrier. Treas., S. E. Linton. 

Council meets second Monday night in each month. 
Organist: Miss Estella Duls, 




SECOND PKESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 33 



Trustees of Church : Jacob Duls, F. W. Ahrens, H. A. Klueppel- 
berg, John Kuck. 

Building Committee and Committee on Church Property: T. L, 
Seigle, S. E. Linton, W. A. Barrier, H. A. Klueppelberg. 

Sunday services n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. 

Gentlemen's meeting for prayer and Bible reading every Sunday at 
9.30 a. m. 

Membership 115. 

Catechetical Lectures every Tuesday at 4 p. m. from October to 
Easter. 

Sunday School: H. A. Klueppelberg, supt. ; W. A. Barrier, asst. 
supt. ; W. M. Crowell, sec. and treas. ; R. M. Fisher, librarian; F. 
A. McKnight, asst. librarian; summer 4 p. m., winter 3 p. m. ; 
number of scholars 65. 

Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society: Mrs. J. W. 
Fetzer, pres. ; Mrs. F. W, Ahrens, vice pres. ; Mrs. H. A, Deal, 
record, sec. ; Mrs. F. A. McKnight, cor. sec. ; Mrs. C. Klueppel- 
berg, treas. ; time of meeting, first Monday in each month, 4 p. m. 

Ladies' Aid Society- Mrs, S, E. Linton, pres., Mrs. Jacob Duls, 
vice pres. ; Miss Emma Vogel, sec. ; Miss Lizzie Roark, treas. ; 
time of meeting, third Monday each month, 4 p. m, 

Faithful Workers: Mrs. H. A. Deal, pres. ; Miss Estella Duls, sec. ; 
Miss Lou Vogel, treas. ; time of meeting, 2nd and 4th Mondays 
each month. 

St. Mark's Children's Home and Foreign Missionary Society: Su- 
perintendent of Sunday School, pres.; Daniel Bradley, vice pres.; 
Miss Estella Duls, sec; Miss Lottie M. Linton, treas; meets first 
Sunday in each month in connection with Sunday School. 
Mecklenburg County Bible Society, Auxiliary of American Bible 
Society. 

Meetings of society annually first Wednesday in August. Execu- 
tive committee meet first Monday in each month at Y. M. C. A. 
hall. 

Depository: Store of John Farrior, jeweler. 

President, Rev. W. W. Orr, Huntersville; Chm'n Ex. Com., W. B. 
Nisbet, Charlotte; Sec. and Treas., F. R. Durham, Charlotte. 
Young Men's Christian Association, 208 s. Tiyon st. 

Meets every Sunday at 4:30 p. m., and every Friday at 8 p. m.; 
noonday service daily at 12:15 m. ; Gymnasium classes nightly. 
Geo. B. Hanna, pres.; Walter Brem, 1st vice pres. ; J. A. Durham, 
2nd vice pres.; A. W. McLeod, gen. sec; John H. Hood, rec 
sec. : W. F. Dowd, treas. 




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ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 35 



CHURCHES— COLORED. 

Baptist, First Church, s. Church, nr. city limits. 

Rev. A. A. Powell, Pastor. 

Sunday service, n a. m., 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Sunday School, 1 p.m. 

Prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m. 
Baptist, Ebenezer Church, Second st. near D. 

Rev. Zachariah Haughton, pastor. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. 

Deacons: Washington Wilson, Henrv Long, Preston Littlejohn, 
S. Phifer, John Lipscomb, Henry Fulsom, 

Members 250. 

Sunday School: L. D. Wilson, supt. ; meets every Sunday at 1 p, 
m,; number of scholars 75. 
Episcopal, St. Michael's Church, Mintst., cor. Hill. 

Rev. P. P, Alston, Rector. 

Vestry: J. E. King, senior warden; L. J, Perry, junior warden. 

Sunday services, 11 a. m, and 8 p, m, 

Sunday School 3:30 p, m. 
Methodist, Clinton Chapel A. M. E., 409s. Mintst. 

James M. Hill, pastor. 

Services every Sunday at n a. m., 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m, 

Membership 750, 

Sunday School: J. W. Gordon, supt.; meets every Sunday at 1:30 
p. m. Number of teachers 30; number of scholars 600. 
Methodist, Grace A. M. E. Church, B st. bet Third and Fourth. 

J. A. Tyler, Presiding Elder. 

Alexander Gaskill, Pastor. 

Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Membership 100. 

Deacons: J. T. Williams (chm'n), W. W. Smith (treas.), H. S. 
Boulware (sec), Jethro Sumner (steward), John Spencer, Silas 
Washington, Jordan Wilson. 

Sunday School: W.W. Smith, supt. ; services every Sunday, 3 p.m. 
Methodist, Little Rock A. M. E. Church, cor, Myers and Seventh. 

Rev. Collins, Pastor. 

Sunday services, n a. m,, 3 p. m. and 7 p, m, 

Sunday School, 1 p. m. 

Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m 
Methodist, Wesley A. M. E. Chapel, 320 s. Graham st. 

Rev. E. M. Collett, Pastor. 

Sunday service, n a, m., 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. 

Sunday School, 1 p. m. • 

Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. m. 



36 hirst's directory of charlotte. 

Presbyterian Church, cor n. College and Seventh sts. 
Rev. R. P. Wyche, Pastor. 

Services every Sunday at 3 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Elders: William Marks, Jesse Walker, Richard Pethel, J. E. 

Rattley, Israel Harris, Julius Brown. 
Membership 150. 

Sunday School: J. E. Rattley, supt. Teachers 5; scholars 85. 
Winona Literary and Social Society: Prof. G. E. Davis, pres. ; 

Miss Allston, sec; membership 35. Governing committee: J. E. 

Rattley (chm'n), Miss L. Schenck, Miss E. J. Houser. Meets 

third Friday in each month. 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

Presbyterian Home, cor. A and Ninth sts. 

Supported by the First and Second Presbyterian churches. Gives 
temporary relief to sick and helpless, and takes charge of orphan 
children. 

Mrs. A. G. Brenizer, pres. ; Mrs. D. W. Oales, sec. 
St. Peter's Home and Hospital, No. 217 n. Poplar. 

Under the managem -nt of ladies ol St. Peter's Episcopal Church. 
Object care 01 sick, infirm, and suffering of all creeds. Sup- 
ported by voluntary contributions. 

Board ol Managers: Mrs. Fox (pres ), Mrs. Wilkes (sec. and 
troas.), Miss H. Moore, Mrs. E. A. Osborne, Mrs. H. C. Jones, 
Mrs. T. R. Robertson, Mrs. T. S. Clarkson, Mrs. Taiiaferro, Mrs. 
R. J. Brevard. 
Thompson Orphanage, in eastern suburbs. 

Under the management o' the N. C. Diocese ot the Episcopal 
Church. Object, care and training of orphan, .rippled, and de- 
serted children. 

Visitor, The Rt. Rev. Th' o. Lyman, D. D., Bishop of N. C. 

Superintendent, Rev. E. A. Osborne, Charlotte, N. C. 

Sec. and treasurer, Capt. B. H. Moore, Charlotte, N. C. 

Physician, Simmons B. Jones, M. D. 

Board of Managers: Rt. Rev. Theo. B. Lyman, D. D. ; Rev. W. 
R. Wetmore, Rev. E. A Osborne, Cap:. B. H. Mo. re, Rev. 
Jos. Blount Cheshire, jr., W. A. Smith, W. A. Hoke. 

Executive Committee: Rev. Jos. Blount Cheshire, jr., Capt. B. H. 
Moore, Rev. E. A. Osborne, Simmons B Jones. M. D. 

Finance Committee: M. A. Bland, D. D., Jno. F. Orr, Esq., Jos. 
G. Shannonhouse, Esq. 

Visiting Committee: Mrs. John Wilkes, Mrs. H. ,C. Jones, Mrs. J. 
H. VanLandingham. 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 37 



COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 

Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, 37 e Trade (over M. & F. N. 
Bank). 

f. H. Weddington, president; Col. William Johnston, 1st vice 
president; A. Burwell, 2nd vice president; R. N Tiddy, secretary 
and treas"rer. 

M"ets first and third Thursday in each month at 7.30 p. m. 
Charlotte Academy of Medicine. 

Dr. Robert Gibbon, sr., president; Dr. D. O'Donoghue, secre- 
tary; Dr. Robert Gibbon, jr., treasurer. 

Membership, 12. 

Meets first and third Thursday in each month at 7 w. Trade st. at 1 
p. m. 
Law Library Association. Law Building, n Church. 

Geo. F. Bason, president; Heriot Clarkson. sec. and treas. 

Executive Committee: Piatt D. Walker, John E. Brown, Geo. F. 
Bason, Heriot Clarkson. 

The objects of the association are the establishing and maintaining 
in the city of Charlotte a library for the promotion of legal, liter- 
ary, and scientific knowledge. 

Meets first Monday in March, June, September, and December, 
at the Library Room oi the Association. 

Number of members, 13. 
Charlotte Underwriters Association.. Established 1887. 

Gen, T. F. Drayton, president; Dr. E. Nye Hutchison, vice presi- 
dent; C. N. G. Butt, secretary and treasurer. 

Meets seco. d Friday each month, at 37 e. Trade, over M. & F. 
Nat. Bank, at 5 p. m. 
Travelers' Protective Association, N. C. Division. 

Headquarters at Chamber ot Commerce, 37 e. Trade. Object, to 
promote and protect the interests of commercial travelers. A. M. 
Goldsmith, president; D, E. Allen, secretary and treasurer. 

Charlotte members: D. E. Allen, C. L. Alexander, T. W. Andrews, 
L. Asiel, W. C. Alexinder, J. D Albright, A. J. Beall, E. L. 
Cobb, T. D. Curtis, G. E. Cowie, W. P. Dixon. Lindsay Davis, 
J. A. Durham, C. W. Eddins, S, J, Flaum, A, M. Goldsmith, 
J. W, Heard, }. S. Hutchinson, S. F. Houston, G. S. Johnston, J. 
A. Johnston, H. A. Klueppelburg, R. M. Kopf, W. M. Lyles, 
J. D. Mason, A. G. Myers, C. W. Parker, W. A. Parker, S. J. 
Perry, J. S. Price. J. T. Ross, E. J. Rintels, J. O. Rousseau, W. 
F. Robertson, Julius Roessler, L. N. Schiff, Julius Schiff, S. O. 
Smith, John W. Scott, T. D. Walsh, P. P. Zimmerman. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. •• 

Hebrew, Charlotte Lodge No. 280, I. 0. B. B. Meets at Y. M. C. 
Hall fourth Sunday in the month at 10 a. m. 

R. M. Kopf, monitor; R, Margolius, pres. ; A. M. Goldsmith, vice 
pres. ; H. Baumgarten, sec, ; S. Landecker, fin, sec; D. Goldberg, 
treas., M. Lichtenstein, inside guard; J. Flaum, outside guard. 
Hebrew Benevolent Society. Meets first Sunday in the month. 

H. Baumgarten, pres., D. Goldberg, vice pres,; J. Hirshinger, sec.; 

S. A, Cohen, treas. 
Trustees: R. M. Kopf, J. Rintels, J. Lindy. 
Hebrew, North State Lodge No. 194 0. K. S. B. Meets at Y. M. C. 
A. Hall the fourth Sunday in the month at 11 a. m. 

H. Baumgarten, past pres. ; R. M. Kopf, pres.; M. Lichtenstein, 
vice pres. ; R. Margolius, sec. ; V. Wallace, fin. sec. ; D. Goldberg, 
treas. ; A. M. Goldsmith, inside guard.; L. Hayman, out. guard. 
Trustees: H. Baumg;arten, M. Lichtenstein, A. M. Goldsmith. 
Literary, Mecklenburg Literary Society. 

Meets every second and fourth Thursday in each month at Rooms 

of Chamber of Commerce. 
Object: Study of literature and debate. 

Richard N. Tiddy, pres.; Chas. Duls, vice pres. ; Richard Bailey, 
sec; S. Price Elias, treas. 
Masonic, Charlotte Commandery No. 2, K. T. 

A, G. Brenizer, com.; C. W. Alexander, rec ; meets first and 
th ; rd Thursday in each month at Masonic Temple. 
Masonic, Charlotte Chapter No. 39, R. A. M. 

C. W. Alexander, h. p. ; J, H. McAden, king; Geo. H. King, s. 
Meets second and fourth Thursday in each month at Masonic Temple. 
Masonic, Excelsior Lodge No. 260. 

C. W. Alexander, w, m.; J. H, VanNess, s. w, ; J, H. Thore, j. 
W. ; B. F. Powell, treas.; C. W. Bradshaw, sec. R. J. Sifford, s. 
d., J. W, Stewart, j. d. ; R. S. Wilson, tyler. 
Meets at Masonic Temple Tuesday evening at 7:30; membership 25. 
Masonic, Phalanx Lodge No. 31. 

Meets second and fourth Monday of each month at Masonic Temple. 
J. S. Boyne, w. m.; J, K. P. Neatherry, s. w. ; C. F. Lipscombe, j, w. ; 
W. M. Crowell, sec; W. H. Griffith, treas.; J. R Eddins, s. ..; 
W. N. Pather, tyler. Membership about 65. 
Masonic Temple Association of Charlotte. 

C. W. Alexander, pres.; J. H, McAden, 1st vice pres.; J, W. 
Wadsworth, 2nd vice pres. ; J. H. VanNess, treas. ; J. Roessler, 
sec; G. H. King, L. R. Wriston, M. C. Mayer, H. C. Eccles, 
members. Meets at Masonic Temple first Thursday in December, 
March, June and September, 



ORGANIZED SOCIETIES. 39 

Masonic Temple, 15 n Tryon 

Mecklenburg Declaration Lodge No. 9, I. 0. 0. F. 

A. J. Huneycutt, n. g. ; VV. B Overby, v. g. ; H. D. Duckworth, 
r. s. ; Jno. A. Bixby. f. s. ; W. M. Crowell, t. 

Meets over Merchants and Farmers National Bank every Tuesday 
night. 
Military. Fourth Regt. N. C. S. G. Headquarters at Armory of 
Hornets Nest Rifle Co, 

Col. J. T. Anthony commanding. 

Composed of eight companies, located as follows: Co, A, States- 
ville, Capt. J. F, Armfield, comdg; Co, B, Lincolnton, Capt. R. 
E. Costner, comdg; Co. C, Waynesville, Capt. W. E. Brown, 
comdg; Co, D, Monroe, Capt. W. C. Heath, comdg; Co. E, 
Charlotte, Capt. T. R. Robertson, comdg; Co, F, Asheville, 
Capt. J. H. Barnard, comdg; Co. G, Concord, Capt. Robt. S 
Young, comdg; Co. K, Dallas, Capt. W. F. Holland, comdg. 

Field and Staff : Lt. Col., C. E. Childes, Lincolnton; Major, W. H. 
B. Lineberger, Dallas; Adjutant, H. H. Orr, Charlotte; Quarter- 
master, Capt. W, E. Younts, Pineville; Commissary, Capt. J. B. 
S, Mcintosh, Waynesville; Surgeon, Dr. H. M. Wilder, Char- 
lotte; Chaplain, Rev. P. R. Law, Charlotte- 

This regiment is the largest regiment in the State Guard, and is 
thoroughly equipped and organized. They are required by the 
Code to hold a monthly parade and inspection, and report same 
to headquarters. Summer encampment held annually at Wrights- 
ville, N, C.j in July. 

Armory of Hornets Nest Rifle Co. (Co. F, N, S. G.) 15 e. Trade. 
Royal Arcanum, Charlotte Council No. 1046. 

Jno. R. Erwin, regent; S. J. Neisler, v. r., J. O. Thomas, orator; 
R. A. Dunn, p. r, ; W. S. Malory, sec. ; T. C, James, treas. ; J. J. 
Gormley, collector; J. D. Pettus, warden; J. D. Austen, sentinel. 
Membersnip 65. 

Meets first and third Thursdays in each month at hall in Y. M, C. 
A. building. 
Social, North State Club. 204 s. Tryon. Open daily between 9 
a. m. and 12 p. m. 

J. S. Boyne, pres. ; J. M. Morehead, 1st vice pros. ; F. P. Smith, 
2d vice pres.; Jno. S. Carson, sec; M. A. Lyon, treas. 

Board of Governors: J. S. Boyne (chairman ex-offieio), C. C. 
Adams, J. Frank Wilkes, J. F. Carlton, H. H. Orr. 

Business meetings quarterly. Has a membership of about 100. 




VIEW OF COLLEGE STREET. 



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Attorneys at Law. (Law Building comprises Nos 10 and 12 n 
Church.) 

Bailey W H, room 13 Law Building 

Bason G F, room 16 Law Building 

Brown Col Jno E (Solicitor Criminal Court), room 6 Law 

Building 

Burwell & Walker, 1 and 3 Law Building 

Cansler Edwin T, 10 s Tryon 

Clarkson & Duls, Law Building 

Dowd C & Son, 1 1 e Trade 

Grier Calvin E, 2 Law Buildiug 

Harris Hugh W, 36 w Trade 

Jones & Tillett, rooms 11 and 12 Law Building 

Osborne EKP, room 4 Law Building 

Osborne & Maxwell, rooms 1 and 3 Law Building 

Pool EI, 25 w Trade 

Robertson T R, 38 w Trade 

Shipp R J, room 14 Law Bulding 

Wilson Geo E, room 9 Law Building 
Auctioneer. 

Harrison C F, 215 s Church 
Bakers and Confectioners. 

Howell S M, 217 e Trade 

Praiher W N, 216 e Trade 

Rigler DM, 26 s Tryon 
Banks. 

Commercial National Bank, cor s Tryon and e Fourth. 
Paid up cipital $175,000; surplus $50,000. J S Spencer, 
president; A G Brenizer, cashier; D H Anderson, teller 

First National Bank. Paid up capital, $300,000; surplus, 
$100,000. R M Oates, president; M P Pegram, cashier; 
Jno F Orr, teller 

Merchants & Farmers National Bank 35 e Trade. Paid up 

capital, $200,000; surplus, $50,000. J H McAden, presi- 
dent; J R Holland, cashier; C N G Butt, teller 



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Butler E W (c), Buford House 

Canty F C (c), Central Hotel 

Gordon J W (c), 4 e Tiade 

Henderson J S (c) 33 w Trade 

King J E (c) 23 s Tryon 

Melton George (c), 223 w Trade 

Moore & Sumner (c), 14 e Trade 

Rudisill A (c), 226 e Trade. 

Toole Gray (c), 13 s Tryon 
Billiards. 

Buford Hotel Billiard Parlor, 37 s Tryon, Geo W Kittelle, 
proprietor 

Central Hotel Billiard Parlor, 9 s Tryon, Rudolph Arndt, 
proprietor 
Bill Poster. 

Gray Nat, 215 w Trade 
Blacksmiths. 

Simpson J S, 19 n College 

Messer Geo, Seversville 

Purefoy J K, 919 e Trade 

Tatem H W, 21 n College 

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Foster & Jones (c), 207 and 209 w Vance 

Marshall Spencer (c), cor s C Church and w Fourth 

SI Dan George (c), rear 321 n Tryon 
Boarding Houses. 

Boyd B P, 231 s Tryon 

Bradshaw, Mrs C W, 308 s Church 

Bryan Mrs S C, 402 w Trade 

Caldwell Mrs Angeline, 216 w Fourth 

Cross Mrs Hannah, 9 n Poplar 

Deaton Mrs Jno L, 304 e Fiiih 

Shannonhouse B J, 37 n Tryon 

Sloan Mrs E E, 401 s Tryon 

Snider Mrs W F, 901 n Graham 

Swinson House (Mrs E Swinson, prop). 222 n Tryon 

Symmons House (T L Symmons, prop), 241 w Trade 
Booksellers and Stationers. 

Eddins & Gresham, 6 s Tryon 

Nerwis Otto, 219 n Tyron 

Ross & Adams, 22 s Tryon 
Boots and Shoes. (See also Drygoods.) 

Gilreath & Co, 16 s Tryon 
■ Gray & Co, 19 e Trade 

Moyer & Co, 36 e Trade 



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Rankin A E, 8 w Trade 
Roediger C, 21 s Tryon 
Brewers. 

Portner Brewing Co (C Valer, agt), 7 e Fifth 
Brokers. 

Arledge McD, 17 e Trade 

Chambers W J, 202 e Trade 

Hardin J L, 45 e Trade 

Littlejohn, Richd, 45 e Trade 

My:rs Baxter, 17 s College 

Taliaferro W R, 103 s College, up stairs 
Butchers. 

Cogbill A E, 25 e Trade 

Hall G S. 16 n Tryon 

Hayman L, 19 s Tryon 

Irwin H C, 211 w Trade 

Klouse Joseph, 239 w Trade 

McComb J W, 39 e Trade 

Mostelle- J F, 213 e Trade 

Meisenheimer L A, 321 n Tryon 

Plummer James M, 8 e Trade 

Vogel A J, 29 n Tryon 

Hagler James M (c), 243 e Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinglioase 
Electric Lights in the South. 

Cabinet Makers. 

Asbury & Finger, cor n A and e Fifth 

Asbury, Josiah, 211 e Fifth 

Ozment, John, 234 e Trade 
Carriages. 

Hutchison, A C & Co (dealers), 22 n Tryon 

Savage, Nat L (builder), 19 n College 

Wearn, W S (builder), 302 n Tryon 
Cigar Manufacturers. 

Flaum, Julius, 25 w Trade 

Martin, Edward L, 33 s Tryon 
Clergymen. 

Atkinson, W R (Presbyterian), r Charlotte Female Institute 

Brown, T S, pastor St Mark's Lutheran Church, r 404' e 
Trade 

Cheshire, J B, jr, rector St Peter's Episcopal Church, r 303 
n Church 

Fair, J Y, pastor 2d Presbyterian Church, r 622 n College 

Gross, Mark S, priest St Peter's R C Church, r 501 s Tryon 

McManaway, A G, pastor Tryon St Baptist Church, 405 n 
Tryon 

Miller, Arnold W, D D, pastor First Presbyterian Church. 
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Osborne, E A (Episcopal), r 307 n Graham 

Pool, Solomon, pastor Tryon St Methodist Church, r 227 
n Tryon 

Todd, C C, pastor Associate Reformed Presbpterian Church, 
r 208 e Sixth 

Triplett, T L, pastor Church St Methodist Church 
Clothiers. 

Baruch, H. 12 and 14 w Trade 

Davis, E M, Racket S'ore, 15 and 17 n Tryon 

Dixon, C A & Co, 13 e Trade 

Kaufman, W & Co, cor Central Hotel s Tryon 

Lindy, J, 43 e Trade 

Nathan, Henry M, 10 s College 

Pharr & Long, 42 s Tryon 

Seigle, T L & Co, 1 1 w Trade 
Clothing Factories. 

Carolina Shirt and Drawer Co, Brookfield & Smith, props, 
203 s College 

Charlotte Clothing Manf Co, E D Latta, president, 42 s 
' Tryon 

Dixie Pants Factory, J Hirshinger & Co, props, 33 e Trade 
Coal Dealers. 

Anthony & Bryce. 241 e Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Commission Merchants. 

Arledge, McD, 17 e Trade 

Beall, A J, 9 e Trade 

Chambers, W J, 202 e Trade 

Gaither, T H, cor e Fourth and s College 

Johnston Bros, 25 s College 

Link, H G, 203 e Trade 

Magill, T R, 19 s College 

McLaughlin, J B, jr, 210 e Trade 

Miller, J W & Co, 301, 303 and 305 e Trade 

Scott. C, 23 s College 

Smith & Durham, 13 s College 

Springs, E B, 201 s College 

VanLandingham. John, 10 and 12 n College 
Contractors and Builders. 

Ahrens, F W, cor s College and e Second 

Asbury & Finger, s e cor A and Fifth 

Asbury, Josiah, n w cor A and Fifth 
Cotton Bagging and Ties. 

Margolius & Co, manfrs and dealers, e Second nr R & D 
freight depot 
Cotton Buyers. 

Calvert, J no, agt Ralli Bros of New York, 202 e Trade 



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Lee, R A & Co, 15 n College 

McLaughlin, J, 807 e Trade 

Miller, R M & Son, 39 s College 

Neal & Henderson, 40 e Trade 

Oates Bros, 201 e Trade 

Sanders & Orr, 16 n College 

VanLandingham, John, 10 and 12 n College 

Withers, C A & Co, 39 e Trade 
Cotton Compress. 

Charlotte Cotton Compress, J A Holt, supt, cotton plat- 
form, bet Third and Fonrth 
Cotton Factories. 

Alpha Mills, E K P Osborne, president; C Scott, vice pres- 
ident; W S Mallory, secretary and treasurer; manufactures 
warps and yarns 20' s to 30' s. Factory cor e Twelfth 
and A 

Ada Manufacturing Co, John L Brown, president; M C 
Mayer, president pro tern; J J Gormley, secretary and 
treasurer; AM Crowder, superintendent; manufactures 
yarns from 26's to 40's. Factory n Smith, nr w Twelfth 

Charlotte Cotton Mills, R M Oates president; D W Oates, 
treasurer; manufactures warps and yarns 8's to 20's plied. 
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Victor Cotton Mills, R M Oates, president; D W Oates, 
treasurer; manufactures warps and yarns 6's to3o's single, 
6's to io's plied. Factory w Fourth and R&DRR 
Cotton Ginners. 

Garibaldi, John. 622 s Mint 

Star Mills, 306 e Trade 
Crockery and Glassware. 

Charlotte Crockery Co, 38 s Tryon • 

Harty, James, 28 w Trade 

Read, G S, n e Trade 
Dairies. 

Jersey Dairy, J A Barry, 228 n Tryon 

Moore C C, n end North Graham. 

Vanderlip Hy, Greenville 
Dentists. 

Bland M A, 21 n Tryon 

Hoffman & Alexander, .7 w Trade 
Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

Ahrens F W, 16 e Second 

Asbury & Finger, 300 e Fifth 

Asbury Josiah, 211 e Fifth 

Crowell A H, 22 n College 

Summerville A C, 300 e Trade 

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Ward W W & Co, 34 s College 
Dray Proprietors. 

Cruse AUen, 209 n College 

Edwards Hannibal, 636 s Church 
Dressmakers. 

Blackwelder Mrs Laura, 305 e Trade 

Covert Mrs C R, 14 n Church 

Hinshaw Mrs C C, 26 w Trade 

Pettus Miss Violet, 6 w Fifth 

Harrison Mrs W J, 403 s Church 

Query Mrs P, 20 w Trade 

Seigle T L & Co, 1 1 w Trade 

Smith Mrs A McK, 14 n Church 

Terris Mrs Laura, 215 e Trade 
Druggists. 

Alexander S L & Co, 207 w Trade 

Beck R T & Co, 200 e Trade 

Burwell & Dunn, 2 s Tryon 

Jordan R H & Co, 2 n Tryon 

McAden John H, 7 n Tryon 

Wearn W H & Co, 1 n Tryon 

Wilson Drug Co (The), W M Wilson, pres; J F Carlton, 
sec and treas, 20 e trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Drygoods and Notions. 

Alexander T L & Co, 13 w Trade 

Baruch H, 14 w Trade 

Davis E M & Co, 15 n Tryon 

Elias & Cohen, manufacturers' domestic cotton goods, LP 

23 n Tryon 
Harrison J & Co, 40 s Tryon 
Hirshinger J & Co, 33 e Trade 
Lindy J. 43 e Trade 
Mullen W N, 410 s Church 
Seigle T L & Co, 11 w Trade 
Wittskowsky S, 8 to 10 w Trade 
Electric Light and Power. 

Charlotte Electric Light and Power Co, 12 e Fifth st. >~~ 
Dr. R J Brevard, pres; Chauncey Belknap, sec and , — 
treas; E R Dodge, manager 1— ^ 

Express. 

/. Southern Express Co, Geo King, mgr, 202 s Tryon ^ 

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Tompkins Co, The D A (consulting and contracting), O 

36-38 s College 

Fish and Oysters. 

Adams, C L, 38 n Tryon 



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COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 



Cogbill, A E, 25 e Trade 
Hall, Geo S, 16 n Tryon 
Plummer, J M, 8 e Trade 

Florists. 

Purefoy, Mrs J K, 919 e Trade 
Scarr, F, Elmwood Cemetery 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Liddell Co. W S Liddell, pres and treas; F B Mc- 
Dowell, vice pres; J L Chambers, sec and supt: cor 
e Trade and n Boundary 

Mecklenburg ron Works, John Wilkes, mangr, 510-12 w 
Trade 

Fruits and Candies. 

Parnella, G A, 12 e Trade 
Taylor, Wm B, 22 w Trade 
Vita, A, 3 n Tryon 
Withers, J S, 27 e Trade 

Furniture Dealers. 

Andrews, E M, 16 w Trade 
Boyce & Co, 225 e Trade 
Funderburk, A F, 35 s College 
Nichols, Burgess, 17 W Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds oj bieam 

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Elliott & Marsh, 220 e Ei£ 
Gas. 

Charlotte Gas Light Co, J H Carson, pres; S E Linton, 
sec. treas, and mangr; office and works s College bet 
Third and Fourth 
Gentlemen's Furnishings. 

taruch, H, 12 and 14 w Trade 

Davis, E M & Co, 15 and 17 n Tryon 

Dixon, C A & Co, 15 e Trade 

Kaulman W & Co. 2 e Trade 

Pegram, M P, Jr, 36 s Tryon 

Pharr & Long, 42 s Tryon 

Seigle, T L & Co, 1 1 w Trade 
Gold Mine Agent. 

Warren, S J, 406 n Tryon and 212 e Trade 
Grist Mills. 

Garibaldi, John, 622 s Mint 

Piedmont Milling Co, 305 e Trade 

Star Mills Co, W M Crovvell, mgr, 306 and 308 e Trade 
Grocers. 

Alexander Bros, 800 w Third 

Alexander, C W, 301 n Graham 



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Austin, J D, 237 e Trade 

Barnett, Bethune & Co, 21 e Trade 

Barnhart & Emery, 604 w Trade 

Batts, James, 10 w Palmer 

Beattie, A M, 416 e Seventh 

Beattie, Robert A, 414 e Ninth 

Bennett, J T. 636 s Mint 

Berryhill, W G, 237 w Trade 

Blanchard, A J, n Graham Extension 

Bonney & Co, 25 n Tryon 

Boyte, T L. 200 s Church 

Culpepper, Reuben, Jr, 703 w Trade 

Davis, J L & Son, 311 and 313 n Tryon 

Duls, N, 214 e Trade 

Duncan, R A, agent, 217 e Trade 

Durham, F R, 209 vv Trade 

Eddins, W I, 33 n College 

Edwards. Hannibal, 632 s Church 

Ennis, W A, 225 vv Trade . 

Field Bros, 209-1 1 e Trade 

Friday, W F, 243 w Trade 

Garibaldi, John, 622 s Mint 



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Is regarded as one of the best South — Its rooms 
especially are commended for the ex- 
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unsurpassed. Geo. W. Kittelle, Piiop'r. 



Gray, Nat, 215 w Trade 

Hannon, J C, 606 s Church 

Hayes, C C, 35 w Trade 

Henderson, W M, 908 s Tryon 

Hilton, R L, 700 n D 

Hirst, Miles, 601 w Eighth 

Holder, RE, 213 e Trade 

Holobaugh, D S & Co, 200 n Tryon 

Holobaugh, G M, 29 s Tryon 

Holton, C S, 327 e Trade 

Hooper, Edward, 507 w Seventh 

Hoover, J W, 311 s Graham and 301 w Trade 

Howell S M, 217 e Trade 

Irwin H C, 211 w Trade 

Johnston Bros, 25 s College 

Kidd W B, 512 e Seventh and 312 s Mint 

Landecker S, 14 n Tryon 

Lawing G A, Seversville 

Link H G, 203 e Trade 

Long Bros, 208 e trade 

McGinnis E D, 315 n Tryon 

McGinn G H & Co, 203 w Trade 

McKenzie William, 910 n Tryon 



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Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 



McKnight, F A, 223 e Trade 
McLaughlin J B jr, 210 e Trade 
McManaway & Brown, 231 e Trade 
McMillan J A, 230 n Tryon 
McNinch FA, 22 n Tryon 
Magill T R, 19 s College 
Manning James, 515 s E 
Mayer & Ross, 47 e Trade 
Meisenhemier L A, 319 n Tryon 
Mullen W N, 410 s Church 
Northev J D, 712 s Church 
Orders John Y, 610 e Ninth 
Oxenham, 508 w Hill 
Pegram W M, 6 n Tryon 
Phelan John, 707 e Sixth 
Rhyne & Bio, 227 e Trade 
Schiff & Co, 26 e Trade 
Scott C, 23 s College 
Sims J M, 19 n Tryon 
Smith & Durham, 13 s College 
Smith W J, 217 w Second 
Springs E B, 201 s College 
Stauffen M A, 508 s Church. 



The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engines in the South. 

Taylor James, cor e First and s C 

Vanderburg F J, 603 s Tryon 

Walker, L J & Co, 201 s Tryon 

Walker Mrs L, 241 e Trade 

White R M & Co, 39 e Trade 

Wynne C W, 506 n Tyron 

Young J B, 902 n Tryon 

Young & Rhyne, 23 w Trade 

Cunningham & Co (c), 228 e Trade 

Haughton Zachariah jr (c), 306 s D 

Hayes Robert (c), 511 e First 

Kennedy H B (c), 403 s Graham 

Lawing R E (c), 709 s B 

Long H A (c) 505 s C 

Rivers Anthony (c), 401 w Hill 

White W M (c), 32 n College 

Washington John (c), cor e First & C 
Gunsmiths and Locksmiths. 

Goodman Robert, 16 w Trade 

Oxenham W H, 201 n Tryon 

Willmann A R, 34 n Tryon 
Hardware. 

Brown, Weddington & Co, 29 e Trade 



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Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 



Hammond & Justice, 30 e Trade 
Moore Richard, 32 e Trade 
Harness Manufacturers. 

Osborne Peter A, 10 e Trade 
Shaw Wm E & Co, 38 e Trade 
Hats and Caps. 

Davis E M, 15-17 n Tryon 

Dixon C A & Co, 15 e Trade 

Kaulman W & Co, cor Central Hotel 

Mover & Co 36 e Trade 

Prgram M P jr, 36 s Tryon 

'Pharr & Long, 42 s Tryon 
Hotels. 

Buford Hotel. G W Kitte'le prop, 39 s Tryon 

Central Hotel, Eccles & Bryan prop, 7 S Tryon 

Charlotte Hotel. W J Brown prop, 28 n Tryon. 

Dodge House, Mrs E R Dodge prop, 28 s Tryon 

Mansion House. J C Boyte prop, 205 vv Trade. 
Ice. 

Anthony & Bryce, 241 e Trade 
Insurance. 

B em & Co, 18 s Trade, represent the Equitable Life As- 
surance Society of New York 

The D. A. Tump kins Company Install all kinds of 
Electric Light Plants. 

Butl C N G & Co (tire), 35 e Trade, represent the following 
companies: Commercial Union. London; Connecticut, 
Hartford; Fire Association, Phil2delphia; Hamburg- 
Bremen, Hamburg; Providence-Washingtou, Massachu- 
setts; Sun Fire, London; Springfielc Fire and Marine, 
Springfield, Mass 

Church & Lane : General Agents N. Y. Life Insurance Co., 
206 s Tryon 

Cochrane R E, 32 s Tryon, represents the following com- 
panies: /Etna Fire Ins Co of Hartford, Conn; Germania 
Fire Ins Co of New York; Home Fire Ins Co of New 
York; Hartford Fire Ins Co of Hartford, Conn; Imperial 
Fire Ins Co of England; N B & M Ins Co of England; 
Northern Assurance Co of England; Phcenix Ins Co of 
Brooklyn; Phcenix Ins Co of Hartford, Conn; N. Y. 
Underwriters Agencv ot New York; Travellers Ins Co 
of Hartiord; U S Lloyds of New York 

Drayton & Co, 41 e Trade, represent the following com- 
panies: Queen fire Ins Co of England; Scottish Union 
and Nat Fire Ins Co ot England; London Assurance Co 
of England; Southern Ins Co of New Orleans, La; 
Orient Fire Ins Co of Hartford, Conn; St. Paul Fire & 
M Ins Co of St Paul, Minn; Provident Savings Life Ins 



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Ethridge C M, 4 n Tryon, represents the following- com- 
panies: Norwich Union Fire Society of England; North- 
western Mutual Life Insurance Co of Milwaukee, Wis. 

Haughton, Thos H (Fire, Life and Accident), 4 n Tryon. 

Hutchison Dr E Nye, 4 n Tryon. represents the following 
companies: Georgia Home Ins Co of Columbus, Ga; 
Royal Fire Ins Co of England; London & Lancashire 
Ins Co ol England; Western Assurance Co of Toronto, 
Canada; Ins Co of N A, Philadelphia; Rochester Ger- 
man Ins Co of Rochester, N Y; Va F & M Ins Co of 
Richmond, Va; Niagara Fire Ins Co of New York. 

Nash Fred, 301 n Tryon, represents the L & L & G Ins 
Co of England, and the Lancashire Fire Ins Co. 
Ironworks. (See Foundries and Machine Shops.) 
Jewellers. 

Boyne & Badger, 4 s Tryon 

Butler Jno T, 11 n Tryon 

Elliott S J & Co, 213 w Trade 

Farrior John, 3 n Tryon 

Hales & Tolar, 8 n Tryon 

Speck J O. 9 w Trade 

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traveling commercial men, whose patronage is 
earnestly solieitcd. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

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Fourth and R & D R R 



Job Printers. 

Charlotte Chronicle Pub Co, 45 e Trade 

DeCamp E H, under First Nat Bank, s Tryon 

Hirst Printing and Publishing Co, 212 e Trade 

Voyler J A, 25 e Trade, up stairs. 
Knitting Mills. 

Jones & Lockwood, proprietors, w 
Laundries. 

Heep Lung, 225 s Tryon 

Sing Lewis, 39 s Tryon 
Livery Stables. 

Davidson & Griffin, 233 e Trade 

Lee R A & Co, 15 n College 

Wadsworth J W, 222-224 n Tryon 
Lumber. 

Beaman W T, n A bet Eighth and Ninth 

Crowell A H, 22 n College 

Summerville A C, 300 e Trade 
Machinery. 

Brem & Co, 18 e Trade 

Liddell & Co, 901 e Trade 

Mecklenburg Iron Works (John Wilkes, mgr), 512 w Trade 

Shannonhouse & Co. 47 s College 



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JA 9 J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



TjRUGS, CHEMICALS,^ sjz rj^i^ PATENT MEDICINE ? 

U Cor. Trade & College Sts. V ' + J J ^ CHARLOTTE, N. C. U 

COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 55 



Talbott & Sons (G S Johnson, mgr), 43 s College 
Tompkins Co, The D A, 36-38 s College 

Marble Works. 

Johnson & Elliott, 235-237 w Trade 
Morse R H & Son, 210 s Tryon 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

Andrews E M, 16 w Trade, factory cor w Sixth and n 

Church 
Millersham John C, rear 319 n Tryon 
Millinery. 

Baruch H, 12-14 w Trade 
Davis E M & Co, 15-17 n Tryon 
Newcomb Mrs S and G, 24 w Trade 
Query Mrs P & Co, 20 w Trade 
Seigle, T L & Co, iiw Trade 

Mineral Waters. 

Valer C & Co, 5 e Fifth 
West T W, 230 e Trade 

Mining Expert. 

Warren S J, 406 n Tryon 

Mining Supplies. 

Mecklenburg Iron Works (John Wilkes, mgr), 512 w Trade 

1 he D. A. 'lompkins Company,- Constructing and 
Contracting Engineers, Charlotte, N. C. 

Musical Instruments. 

Andrews EM, 16 w Trade 

Baker's Music House (Wm Baker, prop), 204 s Tryon 
Musicians. 

Charlotte Brass Band, at Baker's Music House 
Charlotte String Band, 12 e Trade 
Newspapers. 

Charlotte Chronicle (daily and weekly), Chronicle Pub Co 

pro; Robert Haydn, mgr, 45 e Trade 
Daily News (evening), Wade H Harris, prop, 1 w Trade, 

up stairs 
Charlotte Democrat (weekly), Strong & Christian, props, 

34 e Trade 
Mecklenburg Times (weekly), Jerome Dowd, pro, 40 e 

Trade 
Oil Manufacturers. 

Oliver Oil Co (cotton seed), Thos M Belk, mgr; office and 

mills, 605-7 w Ninth 
Standard Oil Co (petroleum), James Malona, special agent, 

n end n Johnston 
Painters. 

Monroe J G, 205 w Trade 
Pritchett C S, 800 n Graham 



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T. L. SEIGLE & CO. 

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11 West Trade Street DRESS MAKERS 

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Siler Adam, 215 w Fourth 

Stone Monroe, 630 s Mint 

Turner R B, 8oi~s Mint 

Wynne C W 50" n Trvon 
Paints, Oil and Glass. 

Beck R T & Co, 200 e Trade 

Burwell & Dunn, 2 s Tryon 

Charlotte Paint and Oil House, C P Wheeler, supt. 16 e 
Trade 

Jordan R H & Co, 2 n Tryon 

Wilson Drug Co (The), 20 e Trade 
Paper Dealers, Wholesale. 

Blakey R E cor n College and e Trade 

Hirst Printing and Pub Co, 212 e Trade 
Paper Manufacturers. 

Tiddy W & R N; mills, Lincolnton, N C; Charlotte office, 
22 s Trvon 
Patent Medicines. 

Kiestler R S, 32 s College 

Mullen W N, 410 s Church 

Southern Chemical Co, F A Savin, mgr, 213 w Tiade 
Photographers. 

Baumgarten H, 7 w Trade 

'1 he D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

VanNess J H. 21 n Tryon 
Physicians and Surgeons. 

Alexander Annie L, 214 s Tryon 

Bvers I W, 4 w Trade 

Gibbon R, 215 n Tryon 

Gibbon R L, 215 n Tryon 

G'aham Geo W, 7 w Trade 

Graham Joseph, 7 e Trade 

Hinman R E (homoeopathic), 17 e Trade 

Jones Simmons B, 412 s Tryon 

McCombs I P, 21 n Tryon 
• Mei^enheimer C A, 9 n Tryon 

O'Donoghue D, 20 e Trade 

Register EC, 24 e Trade 

Wilder H M (county physician), 3 w Trade, up stairs 

V\ illiams J S (c), 24 vv Trade 
Planing Mills. 

Ahrens F W, cor s College and e second 

Asbury Josiah, n w cor n A and e Fifth 

Asbury & Finger, secor n A and e Fifth 
Plumbers. 

DeMolineu H P & Co, 5 n Tryon 

Willmann A R, 34 n Tryon 



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Miller Jno W & Co, 249 e Trade 

Printers Rollers and Roller Composition. 

Gowdy N D, Foreman Hirst Printing Co, 212 e Trade 
Publishers. (See also newspapers.) 

Hirst Printing and Pub Co, 212 e Trade 

Southern Newspaper Union, 205 s College 
Quarry. 

City Rock Quarry. S S Strickland, supt, R & D R R, bet 
e First and Stonewall 
Railroads. 

Associated Railways of Virginia and the Carolinas, joint 
agency; Thos C fames, agent, 17 e Trade 

Charlotte Street Railway Co, E K P Osborne, pres; I H 
Wilson, supt. Cars run from 7 a m to 10 p m. Leave 
Independence Square every 20 minutes, running north, 
south, east, and west to city boundary. Fare 5 cents. 
Office 4 w Trade, 

Carolina Central Railroad Company, John M Robinson, 
pres; John C Winder, gen mgr; L C Jones, supt; John 
H Sharp, treas; F W Clark, gen ;'rt and pass agt; S M 
Howell, auditor; W F Williams, paymaster; W H Allen, 
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Is regarded as one of the best South— Its rooms 
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G Baskerville, ticket agent. Freight depot cor e Trade 
and A. K S Finch, agent 

Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, Geo S Scott, 
pres, New York; T M R Talcott, 1st vice pres, Rich- 
mond, Va; A B Andrews, 3d vice pres, Raleigh, N C; 
Peyton Randolph, gen mgr, Washington, D C; Jas L 
Taylor, gen pass agt, Washington, D C. Passenger 
depot, w Trade and R and D R R; local agent, A L 
Smith. Freight depot, A st, bet Second and Third 
Real Estate. 

Cochrane, R E, 32 s Tryon 

Davidson, E L B, room 6 15 e Trade 

Gaither, T H, 200 s College 
Restaurants. 

Gresham, C, R & D passenger depot 

Cogbill, Eugene, 25 e Trade, up stairs 

Taylor, William 22 w Trade 

Willis, J H, 37 W Trade 
Roofing. 

Garibaldi, Thos, 31 w Trade 

Haynes, Edward, 315 s Mint 

Hicks, Francis A, 6 e Trade 



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209 South Tryon Street, 



Charlotte. 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



COMMERCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL. 



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McCausland, J N, 209 s Tryon 

Davidson, John C (c), 219 e Trade 
Sash and Blinds. (See Doors, Sash and Blinds.) 
Saloons. 

Alexander & Bixby, 17 s Tryon 
Arndt, Rudolph, Cenlral Hotel 
Buchanan, W F, 201 w Trade 
Buford Hotel, Geo W Kittelle, propr 
Hand & Bowles, 38 n Tryon 
Kirk & Hunter, 41 w Trade 
McCorkle, John, 27 w Trade 
Snider & Timmons. 26 n Tryon 
Springs, J C, 29 vv Trade 
West. C C, 224 e Trade 
Schools and Colleges. 

Charlotte Female Institute, Rev W R Atkinson, Principal, 

616 n College 
Carter, W F, 210 n B 
Macon School, W A Barrier, principal, cor n Poplar and w 

Sixth 
St. Mary's Convent, cor s Tryon and Stonewall; under the 

supervision of Sisters ot Mercy; Sister Mary Catherine, 

superioress 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westing house 
Electric Lights in the South. 

City Graded Schools (see page 19) 
Sewing Machines. 

Moore, Richd, 32 e Trade and 205 s Tryon 
Singer Manlg Co, M J McDuffie, manager, 8 n Tryon 
Shoemakers. 

Cates, Vincent, 10 e Trade 
Henshaw, John W, 6 e Trade 
Holt & Hodge, 214 n Tryon 
Julian, Robert E, 300 n Tryon 
McKane, Paul, 31 n Tryon 
Roediger, Chas, 21 s Tryon 
Wentz, Valentine, 408 n A 
Clark, Rufus (c), 6 s Church 
Gaffney, Marcellus (c) 5 s Church • 
Grier, Joseph (c), 231 w Trade 
Huskey, John (c) 6 s Church 
Hyde, W L (c), 6 s Church 
McCaw, J A (c), 29 w Fourth 
Pharr. Lee (c), 217 s Tryon 
Ray, James (c), 6 s Church 
Shepherd, Marshall (c) 6 s Church 



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Seed. BURWELL & DUNN, Wholesale and Retail. 



IV. I. DcCK (X L/0. Cor. Trade and College Sts. JUrUyyloLb. 



Charlotte, JM. C. 



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Spoke and Handle Works. 

Carolina Spoke and Handle Works, J H Carson, president; 
Carson Bros, managers; AT&ORRnrw Twelfth 
Stereotypers. 

Hirst Printing and Publishing Company, 212 e Trade 
Safes. 

Brem & Co, 18 e Trade 
Stoves and Tinware. 

Garibaldi, Thomas, 31 w Trade 

McCausland, J N, 209 s Tryon 

Moore, Richard, 32 e Trade and 205 s Tryon 
Tailors. 

Lichtenstein. Michael, 9 n Tryon 

Mensing, H C, 6 w Trade 

Phillips, J S, 36 s Trvon 

Vogel, John, 27 n Tryon 
Telegraph. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, R C Thompson, manager, 
1 1 s Tryon 
Telephone. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co, 4 w Trade 
Theatres. 

Academy of Music, Nat Gray, mg'r and propr, 309 w Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Opera House, 211 s Tryon 
Undertakers. 

Andrews $: Co., 14 s Tryon 

Nichols, Burgess, 17 w Trade 
Veterinary Surgeon. 

Pounden, P C, Wadsworth's Stables 
Wagons. 

Burroughs, Jno C, 43 s College 

Piedmont Wagon Co, 51 s College 

Shannonhouse, J G & Co, 41 s College 

Wearn W S, 302 n Tryon 
Waterworks. 

Charlotte City Waterworks Co. west cor College and Trade, 
second floor; R J Brevard, pres; E B Springs, treas; D 
P Hutchison, sec andsupt. 
Wines and Liquors, Wholesale. 

Badger, O W, 205 e Trade 

Buchanan, W F, 204 e Trade (Geo W Norman, manager), 
and 201 w Trade 



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FURNITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 
for Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities and 
Prices. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



MUGS, GH EMICALS,#^|i ec L^g PATENT MEDICINE ? 

i) Cor. Trade & College Sts. ± ' J ^>J CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



General Directory- White. 



ABERNATHY Miss Emma, r 607 s Mint 
Abernatliy Mrs Isabella, r 607 s Mini. 
Abernathy John W, Master Blacksmith Mecklenburg Iron 

Works, r 515 n Poplar 
Abernathy Mrs J W, r 515 n Poplar 
Abernathy Miss Lizzie, r 419 w Hill 
Abernathy Miss Lundy, r s side C C & A R R bet Poplar and 

Mint 
Abernethy Mrs J W, r 401 n Church 
Ada Mfg Company, J L Brown, pres; J J Gormlev, sec and 

treas; n end n Smith 
Adams C C Ross & Adams, r S03 s Tryon 
Adams C Lee, telegraph lineman, r Swinson House 
Adams Mrs C Lee, r Swinson House 
Adams C L, fish and oysters, 38 n Tryon, r 311 s Poplar 
Adams Mrs H S, r 311 s Poplar 
Adams Mrs I M, r 803 s Tryon 
Adams James A, plasterer, r 311 s Poplar 
Adams J F, r Greenville 
Adams J J, chief elk P O, r 400 n Graham 
Adams John S, pal tern maker M I Wks, r 311 s Poplar 
Adams Mrs J W, r 400 n Graham 
Adams Lee, painter, r 19 n Poplar 
Adams L F, paint r, r Greenville 
Ahrens F W, planing mills cor s College and e Second, r 202 n 

Tryon 
Albright, J D, traveling salesman, r 514 e Ninth 
Alexander Dr Annie L, r 214 s Trvon 
Alexander & Bixby, saloon, 15 s Tryon 
Alexander Miss A L r 400 w Trade 
Alexander Benjamin, book agt, r 404 s Tryon 
Alexander Bros, groceries, Soo w Third 
Alexander Miss Bessie, r 404 n Graham 



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R. E. Blakey C. 0. D. Paper House 

207 E. TRADE STREET, CHARLOTTE, N.C. 



Carry the LARGEST LINE of Flat and Ruled 



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PAPERS 

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IN THE CITY. 

PRINTERS AND OTHERS WHO LSE HILL HEADS, 1 ETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS,] 

ENVELOPES, CARDS, TAGS, WEDDING INVITATIONS, 

BOOK, NEWS OK COVER PAPERS. OR ANY KIND OF FLAT OR RULED PAPERS, WILL FIND 

MY STOCK LARGE AND VARIED AND MY PRICES LOW. 





R. E. Blakey Printing House 

207 E. TRADE STREET, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



TARES THE LEAL FOR GOOD WORK 

s ATJlJWJ^RJ£ES 

this house is well equipped with ale the new and latest styles of types, 

presses, etc.. and do the very finest class of book. 

pamphlet and job printing 

None but Experienced Workmen E mployed Full Count and Honest Work 

J ^~You make a mistake if you don't get my prices before placing your orders"^^ 



The Wilson Drug Company 



INCORPORATED 



W. M. Wilson , President 



I. F. Carlton, Sec. & Treaa. 
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WE DO A GENERAL DRUG BUSINESS AND DEAL IN 

EVERYTHING APPERTAINING TO 

OUR LINE, INCLUDING 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, 
Paint Brushes, etc. 

20 East Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

STANDARD OIL COMPANY 

PRODUCERS AND REFINERS OF PETROLEUM 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. AGENCY 



112° STANDARD Otl 



150 WATER WHITE OIL 



FIRE PROO F (Best Oil Made) 

WE ALSO HAVE IN STOCK ALL GRADES OF GASOLINES AND LUBRICATING OILS 
PLEASE WRITE US FOR PRICES 



Office and Warehouse: 
C. C. R. H. near W. Eleventh St. 



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Asbury & Finger 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 




300 E. FIFTH and 503 E. TRADE STREETS 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF ORNAMENTAL AND HAND-MADE WORK IN VARIOUS DESIGNS 

MARGOLTOBj&CO. 

BAGGING AND TIES 

CHARLOTTE, N, C. 

Manufacturers of Spliced Cotton Ties and Wholesale Dealers in Bagging 

Warerooms: 2d St.'near K. & D. Freight Depot. P. O. Box 104 



RT Dr(M7 Q Pfl F' ne Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
, 1, DhVlX (1 bUi and Brushes. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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Alexander Miss Bessie A, r 19 w Seventh 

Alexander Mrs C F, r 707 n D 

Alexander C L, Hoflman & Alexander, dentist, r 19 w Seventh 

Alexander Mrs C L, r 19 w Seventh 

Alexander C W, grocer, 301 n Graham, r 304 e Sixth 

Alexander Mrs C W, r 304 e Sixth 

Alexander Miss Ellie, r 19 w Seventh 

Alexander Mrs FA, r 215 s Graham 

Alexander F D, clerk T L Alexander & Co, r 512 n Graham 

Alexander Mrs Gussie, r 404 s Tryon 

Alexander Harrison, Alexander Bros, r Matthews, N C 

Alexander J K, Alexander Bros, r 800 w Third 

Alexander Miss Jennie J, r 314 w Fifth 

Alexander Jasper, Alexander Bros, r Victor row 

Alexander Miss Jane, r 604 n Tryon 

Alexander Mrs Jane, 307 n Tryon 

Alexander James F, elk R B Alexander & Co, r 403 n Pine 

Alexander Mrs J F, r 403 n Pine 

Alexander John B, elk R H Jordan & Co, r 314 w Fifth 

Alexander John H, Alexander & Bixby, r 12 w Sixth 

Alexander John W, elk Charlotte Clothing Manfg Company, r 

19 w Seventh 
Alexander L G, r 403 n Pine 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Alexander Mrs Lizzie, r Victor row 

Alexander Miss Lucy P, teacher at Graded School, r 214 w Fifth 

Alexander Mack, elk Piedmont Wagon Co, r 12 w Sixth 

Alexander Mrs M E, r 512 n Graham 

Alexander Mrs Mary, r 12 w Sixth 

Alexander Miss Mary, r 314 w Fifth 

Alexander Miss M S, r 400 w Trade 

Alexander Mrs M W, r 404 n Graham 

Alexander Mrs Minnie, r 14 e Morehead 

Alexander Miss Minnie, r 304 e Sixth 

Alexander Mrs N O, r 800 w Third 

Alexander Miss Nola, r 19 w Seventh 

Alexander Peter, r 318 w Ninth 

Alexander Richard, wks Alpha Mills, r 914 n Tryon 

Alexander Mrs R. r 914 n Tryon 

Alexander R B & Co, grocers, 309 n Tryon 

Alexander R B, R B Alexander & Co, r 307 n Tryon 

Alexander Miss R Eva, r 304 e Sixth 

Alexander Miss Sallie, r 19 \v Seventh 

Alexander Mrs S A C, r 314 w Fifth 

Alexander Samuel, r 31 s Tryon 

Alexander S L & Co, druggists, 207 w Trade 

Alexander S L, S L Alexander & Co, r 205 w Trade 



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First Class FURNITURE HOUSE. Give him a 
call. 16 W. Trade Street, Charlotte, N". C. 



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Alexander T L & Co, drygoods, notions, &c, 13 w Trade 
Alexander T L, T L Alexander & Co, r 512 n Giaham 
Alexander Walter, Seigle & Co, r 14 e Morehead 
Alexander Wm C, traveling salesman, r 404 w Fifth 
Alexander Mrs W C, r 404 w Fifth 
Alexander W S, barkeeper, r 215 s Graham 



Allen D E, salesman Brown, Weddington & Co., r Central 

Hotel 
Badham H A, lawyer, r 214 s Myers 
Barnes Bennett, r Central Hotel 



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Allison T A, yard dispatcher, r 500 n A 

Allison Mrs T A, r 500 n A 

Allison T C, brickmason, r 810 s Tryon 

Anderson David H, teller Com Nat Bank, r 508 n Graham 

Anderson J R, moulder, Liddell Co, r 205 n Myers 

Anderson Mrs LJ, r 400 n Graham 

Anderson Mrs Sallie S, r 512 n Graham 

Anderson Mrs S F, r 205 n Myers 

Andrews & Co, undertakers, 14 s Tryon 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. Conrad Lipscomb, Chief Clerk, 
long connected with the Hotels of Charlotte, giv«s 
greeting to his friends, and invites them one and all 



THE BUFORD HOTEL 

to call upon him, guaranteeing- them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 

Andrews E M, furniture dealer, 16 w Trade, r 212 e Sixth 
Andrews Fred, printer, r 204 e Fifth 
Andrews Mrs Mary, r 212 e Sixth 
Andrews Mrs SB, r 212 e Sixth 
Andrews T W, traveling salesman, r 212 e Sixth 
Anthony A A, carpenter, r 508 e Eleventh 
Anthony & Bryce, coal and ice, 241 e Trade 
Anthony Mrs C V, r 303 e Fifth 
Anthony Mrs Ella, r 508 e Eleventh 
Anthony Col J T, Anthony & Bryce, r 303 e Fifth 
Archer Wm, express messenger C C R R, r 604 n Church 
Archer Mrs Wm, r 604 n Church 
Arledge Mrs J A, r 503 s Tryon 

Arledge McD, commission merchant, 13 e Trade, r 503 s Tryon 
Arledge R A, elk Smith & Durham, r 503 s Tryon 
Arledge T D, r 503 s Tryo:, 
Armstrong Miss Ellie M, r 409 s Tryon 
Armstrong Miss Maggie, r 409 s Tryon 
Armstrong Miss Lizzie, r 409 s Tryon 

Armstrong } H, wks Charlotte Clothing Co, r 409 s Tryon 
Armstrong Mrs J H, r 409 s Tryon 

Arndt Rudolph, prop Central Hotel Saloon and Billiard Room, 
r 206 n B 



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Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



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Arndt Mrs R, r 206 n B 

Asbury B E, cotton cutter, r 615 n B 

Asbury Chas H, wks telephone exchange, r 615 n B 

Asbury E Toscar, bk keeper John Calvert, r 215 e Fifth 

Asbury & Finger, planing mills, cor n A and e Fifth 

Asbury Eugene, cotton buyer, r 506 e Ninth 

Asbury J Eldridge, elk John VanLandingham, r 615 n B 

Asbury Josiah, contractor and builder and sash and blind fac- 
tory, 213 e Fifth, r 215 e Fifth 

Asbury Mrs Kate D, r 618 e Ninth 

Asbury Mrs Luzene, r n E bet Eighth and Ninth 

Asbury Mrs M E, r 215 e Fifth 

Asbury Mrs M C, r 506 e Ninth 

Asbury Miss Mary M. r 615 n B 

Asburv Mrs Mary P, r 615 n B 

Asbury Mrs Mattie A. r 213 e Fifth 

Asbury O F, city firemarshal, r 215 e Fifth 

Asbury Miss Sallie E, r 615 n B 

Asbury S J, Asbury & Finger, r 213 e Fifth 

Asiel L, elk S Wittskovvsky, r 233 s Tryon 

Associated Railways of Virginia and the Carolinas, joint agency; 
Thos C James, agent, 17 e Trade 

Atkinson Geo, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 



The D. A. Tompki, 



s Company do all kinds of Steam 
Heating. 



Atkinson Mrs Laura, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Atkinson Wm, telegraph operator, r 37 n Tryon 

Atkinson Rev Wm R, principal Charlotte Female Institute, 

616 n College 
Atkinson Mrs \V R, r Chariotte Female Institute, 616 n College 
Austin Miss E J, r 308 n Clarkson 
Austin J D, grocer, 237 e Trade, r cor e Fourth and s East 

Boundary 
Austin Mrs J D, r cor Fourth and s East Boundary 
Austin W H, lineman W U Tel, r Swinson House 
Auten Mrs A E, r 509 n Pine 

Auten C Y, yard hand R & D R R, r 302 n Poplar 
Auten Mrs Mary A, r 302 n Poplar 
Auten Mrs Julia E, r 802 w Fourth 
Auten J W, section boss R & D R R, r 509 n Pine 
Auten Saml J, wks R & D R R, r 802 w Fourth 
Auten William D, elk A C Summerville, r 302 n Poplar 

BABINGTON Mrs M I, 210 n Myers 
Badger C L, traveling salesman, r 18 w Seventh 
Badger O W, wholesale wines and liquors, 205 e Trade, r 18 w 

Seventh 
Badger Mrs O W, r 18 w Seventh 







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BURWELL & DUNN, Wholesale Store 5 W. Trade St. 



G. VALER & GO, 



Soda and Mineral 

Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. 
FIFTH STRFF.T. 



Water Factory. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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Bagwell Mrs J T, r 406 s Church 

Bailey Richard B, law student, r 311 n Church 

Bailey W H, lawyer, room 13 Law Building, n Church, r 311 n 

Church 
Bailey Mrs W H, r 311 n Church 
Baker A, laborer, r Greenville 
Baker Miss Alice, r 601 e Seventh 
Baker Mrs Alice E, r 215 w Eighth 

Baker C M, grocery, 303 w Stonewall, r 305 w Stonewall 
Baker Mrs Cyntnia, r 302 w Second 
Baker Edward, wagoner, r 305 w Stonewall 
Baker Miss Emma, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 
Baker Mrs Jane, r Greenville 

Baker John, mgr Baker's Music House, r 215 w Eighth 
Baker John A, laborer, r 307 w Second 
Baker Miss Jennie, r 303 e Ninth 
Baker Julius A, carpenter, r 307 w Second 
Baker Miss Lizzie, r 307 w Second 
Baker Mrs M J. r 305 w Stonewall 
Baker Mrs Mary, r 307 w Second 

Baker S P, car inspector Rand D R R, r 302 w Second 
Baker Thomas, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 



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Terms : $2. to $2.50 per day. 



absolute satisfaction to all. 

GEORCE W. KITTELLE. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Charlotte, H. C. 



Baker Prof Wm, Bakers Music House, r 215 w Eighth 

Banks Arthur W, r 13 s B 

Banks Oscar, wks Liddell Co, r 13 s B 

Banks, Mrs Oscar, r 13 s B 

Banker Miss Miss Ida, r 505 w Sixth 

Barkell Richard, carpenter, r 509 w Seventh 

Barnes J B, watchmaker, r 502 e Seventh 

Barnes Miss Minnie, r 306 s College 

Barnes Mrs M A, r 306 s College 

Barnes W R, section master R and D R R, r 306 s College 

Barnett, Bethune & Co, groceries, 21 e Tiade 

Barnett B W, Barnett, Bethune & Co, r 309 w Fifth 

Barnett Mrs B W, r 309 w Fifth 

Barnett E L S, r 601 n Pine 

Barnett G F, grocer, 315s B, r3i5sB 

Barnett Mrs G F, r 315 s B 

Barnett W M, r 701 w Trade 

Barnett Mrs W M, r 701 w Trade 

Barnhardt & Emery, grocery merchants, 604 w Trade 

Barnhardt N A, Barnhardt & Emery, r 516 n Popular 

Barnhardt Mrs N A, r 516 n Poplar 

Barr Mrs C, seamstress, r 301 s Church 

Barrett Mrs Sarah, seamstress, r 403 s Church 






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Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Druggists. 



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Barrier Capt W A, principal Macon School, r 604 n Tryon 

Barringer M L, wood dea'er, r 703 n Giaham 

Barringer Mrs M L. r 703 n Graham 

Barringer Mrs Margan t L, r 411 n Tryon 

Barringer Gen Rufus, r 411 n Tryon 

Barrow Mrs Kale, r Oates' Row. 23 vv Fifth 

Barrow R W, painter, r Oates' Row, 23 w Fifth 

Barry James A, dairy, 228 n Tryon, r 600 e Ninth 

Barry Mrs James A, r 600 e Ninth 

Bartley John, wks city stables, r 12 s Church 

Bartley Mrs RE, r 12 s Church 

Bartley Thomas J, elk S M Howell, r 12 s Church 

Baruch H, dry goods, 14 w Trade, r 506 s Tryon 

Baruch Mrs H, r 506 s Tryon 

Baruch Joe, elk H Baruch, r 406 s Trvon 

Bason G F, attorney at law, room 16 Law Building, n Church, r 

214 s Myers 
Bason Mrs G F, r 214 s Myers 

Bason Capt H A, conductor C, C & A R R, r 721 n College 
Bason Mrs Mary F, r 721 n College 
Bassinger Mrs Betty, nurse, r 205 w Trade 
Bassinger Richard, nurse, r 205 w Trade 
Baskerville J C, ticket agt C C R R, r 804 n B 

'1 he D. A. Tompkins: Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

Baskerville Mrs J G, r 804 n B 

Bastine Win, moulder Liddell Co, r 707 w Trade 

Bastine Mrs Alicia, r 707 w Trade 

Bates E L, elk W B Kidd, r 312 s Mint 

Batts Mrs Alice, r 312 s Mint 

Batts James, grocer, 10 w Palmer, r same 

Baumgarten Mrs Bertha, r 300 s Church 

Baumgarten H, photographer, 7 w Trade, r 300 s Church 

Baumgarten Moses, bkkeeper Evening News, r 300 s Church 

Baumgarten Miss Rosa, r 300 s Church 

Beall A J, commission merchant 9 e Trade (basement), r 313 s 

Church 
Beall Mrs A J, r 313 s Church 

Beama:i W T, lumber dealer, A and e Ninth, r 17 e Seventh 
Beaman Mrs W T, r 17 e Seventh 
Beattie A M, grocer 416 e Seventh, r 414 e Seventh 
Bealtie Mrs A M, r 4 1 4 e Seventh 
Beattie Miss Dove M, r 308 e Trade 
Beattie Mrs Ellen, r 411 e Seventh 
Beattie Mrs Jane, seamstress, r 710 s Church 
Beattie J F, saddle maker, r 411 e Seventh 
Beattie Mrs Robt A, r4i2 <-. Ninth 
Beattie Robert A, grocer 414 e Ninth, 4r 12 e Ninth 



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FURNITURE fur Parlor and Library, Furniture 
for Chamber and Kitchen, Fun i'.ure all Qualities and 
Prices. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Beattie S W, carpenter, r 700 e Seventh 

Beattie Mrs Alice, r 700 e Seventh 

Beattie Miss Addie, seamstress, r 406 w Second 

Bechtler Augustus C N, carpenter, r 607 e Seventh 

Bechtler Mrs J A, seamstress, r 607 e Seventh 

Bechtler Mrs Lizzie, r 607 e Seventh 

Bechtler Miss Margaret Annie Sophia, r 707 e Seventh 

Beck Miss Marie, cook, r 300 s Church 

Beck R T & Co, drugs, 200 e Trade 

Beck R T, R T Beck & Co, r 28 e Trade (up stairs) 

Belk Thomas M, mgr Oliver Oil Co, 605 w Ninth, r cor Church 

and Eleventh 
Belk S E, r Buford Hotel 

Belk Mrs Thomas M, r cor Church and Eleventh, Dr Parker 
Bell Madame, 412 e Third, cor C 
Betts M A, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 304 e Fifth 
Bennett Mrs Belle, r 615 e Seventh 
Bennett J T, grocer, 636 s Mint, r 636 s Mint 
Bennett J A, wks F W Ahrens, r 204 s Myers 
Bennett Mrs Lucy, r 307 w Seventh 
Bennett Mrs M C, r 204 s Myers 
Bennett Mrs M L, r 636 s Mint 
Bennett W F, butcher, r 615 e Seventh 

mRTTPflRn ITfiTPT charlotte,- n. c. s-s 
D'lrUIiJJ klV l LiUi Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourists 
Terms : $2.00 to $3.50 Per Day. AT\fi tit T/TTV^DTTD 
S^ LESSEE AND PROP'R. Ill/U. W. XVl 1 1 lyiyi/X/. 

Benoir Lawrence, bds 213 n Graham 

Benson Mrs L E, r 502 e Fifth 

Benson Miss Lilly, elk T L Seigle & Co, r 502 e Fifth 

Berryhill A, elk R M White & Co, r 507 n Poplar 

Berryhill Ernest W, bookkeeper R Moore, r over Garibaldi's 

store 
Berryhill Mrs E J, r 309 w Stonewall 
Berryhill J S, elk W G Berryhill, 309 w Stonewall 
Berryhill J S, carpenter, r 309 w Stonewall 
Berryhill Mrs M L, r 507 n Poplar 
Berryhill Miss M V, r 309 w Stonewall 
Berryhill Mrs A J, r 407 n Church 
Berryhill W G, grocery, 237 w Trade, 
BethuneJB, Barnett, Beihune, & Co, 
Bethune Mrs J B, r 11 N Clarkson 
Bias J R, clerk W F Buchanan, r 209 w Fourth 
Bias Mrs Maggie, r 209 w Fourth 
Bias Robert, elk W F Buchanan, r 209 w Fourth 
Bibberstein R C, draughtsman M I Works, r e Fifth 
Bigelow Paul, draughtsman D A Tompkins Co, r Buford Hotel 
Biggart Joseph, tailor J S Phillips, bds 211 w Third 
Biggart Miss Mary C, r 706 n D 
Biegers Mrs E J, r 315 w Seventh 



r 407 n Church 
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U " Cor. Trade & College Sts. V - 1 . ' " ^ CHARLOTTE, N. C. U 



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Biggs Ella, r 507 s B 

Biggs J W, piano tuner, r 507 s B 

Billeter Mary, r 407 e Second 

Bissell Miss Nora, r 704 s C 

Bixby } A, r 12 e Morehead 

Bixby Mrs Minnie, r 12 e Morehead 

Black Chas A, mdse broker, r 506 e Seventh 

Black J T, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 914 n Tryon 

Black Mrs Leila M, r 506 e Seventh 

Black Miss Nora, r 404 s Mint 

Black Mrs Sallie, r n Tryon nr n Boundary 

Black Samuel, r n Tryon nr n Boundary 

Black Thomas, r n Tryan nr n Boundary 

Blackwelder C B, night foreman Oliver Oil Co, r 607 w Seventh 

Black welder E F, elk E L Martin, r 607 w Seventh 

Blackwelder C L, tinsmith, r 305 s Tryon 

Blackwelder L A, policeman R and D passenger depot, r 607 

w Seventh 
Blackwelder Mrs L A, r 607 w Seventh 

Blackwelder Mrs Laura, dressmaker 305 e Trade, r 305 e Trade 
Blackwelder Miss M, r 607 w Seventh 
Blackwelder Miss M L, r 607 w Seventh 
Blackwelder W L, elk Bonney & Co, r 9 n Poplar 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Electric Lights in the South. 

Blair B L, engineer C C R R. r 14 n Cedar 

Blair Mrs B L, r 14 n Cedar 

Blaisdell T C, teacher; r 309 e Trade 

Blakey R E, wholesale paper dealer, 207 e Trade, r 210 e Fifth 

Blakey Mrs R E, r 210 e Fifth 

Blanchard A }, grocer, n Graham Extension 

Bland M A, dentist, 21 n Tryon, r 21 n Tryon 

Blanks Miss M L, r 404 w Trade 

Blankenship W A, delivery elk So Ex Co, r 200 s Tryon 

Bloom Mrs Carrie, bds 402 w Trade 

Bloom Henry, bookkeeper Liddell Co, r 808 w Trade 

Bloom Mrs Mary, r 808 w Trade 

Blum D, junk dealer, 317 e Trade, r 302 s Church 

Blum Miss Hennie, elk Racket Store, r 302 s Church 

Blum Miss Ray, r 302 s Church 

Blum Mrs R, r 302 s Church 

Bonney FPL, grocery merchant, 25 n Tryon, r 209 w Eighth 

Bonney Mrs FPL, r 209 w Eighth 

Bonney & Co, grocers, 25 n Tryon 

Boon A G, engineer C C R R, r 511 n Church 

Boon Mrs Mattie L, r 511 n Church 

Boon Walter W, fireman C C R R, r 511 n Church 

Bost N A, works Elliott & Mar-h, bds 214 e Seventh 












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GV A T VJ) 9 TO Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 
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Bowen Miss Laura, r 808 w Trade 

Bowen Mrs W K, r 205 w Fourth 

Boyce & Co, furniture, 227 e Trade 

Boyce Mrs M H, r 310 s College 

Boyce S C, Boyce & Co, r 310 s College 

Boyd Miss Augusta, r 231 s Try on 

Boyd B P, boarding house, r 231 s Tryon 

Boyd, Mrs D P. r 231 s Tryon 

Boyd Miss Emma, r 231 s Tryon 

Boyci Miss Ida, r 231 s Tryon 

Boyd Miss Sue, r 231 s Tryon 

Boyd Wm M, bkkeeper R M Miller & Co, r 231 s Tryon 

Boyne & Badger, jewelers, 4 s Tryon 

Boyne J S, Boyne & Badger, r Central Hotel 

Boyte Archer M, contractor, r 711 s A 

Boyte Mrs Hannah, r 711 s A 

Boyte J C, prop Mansion House, r 205 w Trade 

Boyte John M, elk Racket store, r 205 w Trade 

Boyte Mrs L M, r 200 s Church 

Boyte Wm F, clerk S Wittkowsky, r 205 w Trade 

Boyte Mrs L J, r 205 w Trade 

Boyte T L, carpenter and yrocer, 200 s Church, r 200 s Church 

TUV RTTVnDTl TJflTVT Is personally conducted by the undersigned 
Uu DU-L\Jl\U LIU I Liu. Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 
ol leading- and well known Southern and Northern fVTT APT f\T^PU M P 
Resort Hotels. GEORGE W. kittelle, bflfmlyUl IXviU.W. 

Bradley Mrs S M, r 816 n Graham 

Bradshaw Col C W, elk R Moore, r 308 s Church 

Bradshaw Mrs C W, boarding house, 308 s Church 

Brady Archibald, bkkeeper First Nat Bank 

Brantley Cordy F, carpenter, r 208 n Clarkson 

Brantley M N, r 208 n Clarkson 

Brantly Mrs Nancy, r 20S n Clarkson 

Bray Mrs N A, r 215 w Eighth 

Brem & Co, insurance, machinery and safes 18 e Trade 

Brem Miss Florence, r 306 w Trade 

Brem Mrs M A, r 603 n Tryon 

Brem Walter, r 306 w Trade 

Brem Mrs Walter, r 306 w Trade 

Brenizer Capt A G, cashier Com Nat Bank, r 206 n C 

Brenizer Mrs A G, r 206 n C 

Brevard Dr Robert J, r 306 s Tryon 

Brevard Mrs Mary, r 306 s Tryon 

Brevard Mrs Caroline, r 306 s Tryon 

Brewer Mrs Caroline, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill mine 

Brewer Mrs Charlotte, r 227 w Vance 

Brewer Fannie, seamstress, r nr cotton compress 

Brewer Raleigh, carpenter, r 227 w Vance 

Brick Walter, foreman Elliott & Marsh, r 403 e Ninth 



E7 For Churches and other large buildings a 

J>UPr>accs Specialty. J. N. MoCausland. 209 S. Tryon St. 






THE CHARLOTTE 

Street Railway Comp'y 



K. P. OSBORNE 

PRESIDENT 




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SUPERINTENDENT 



Office 4 W. "Trade Street 

T ( Independence Square at 7 o'clock 

L/Cll S IvCcl V C ' ever y morning and every 20 min- 

[ utes thereafter until 10 o'clock p.m. 



Returning 



Leave the R. & D. Passenger Depot, 
Carolina Central Depot, Morehead 
Street, and Liddell Company's Ma- 
chine shops respectively at 7:10 a.m. 
and every 20 minutes thereafter 
until 9:50 p. m. 



Cars Meet 



All passenger trains coming in or 
leaving the city, from 7 a. m. to 10 
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Baggage Delivered at Reasonable Rates Along the Line of the Road 



ELLIOTT & MARS 

$ furniture Manufacturers , $ 

OFFICE AND FACTORY, 220 EAST 8TH STREET 

Our product consists of medium grade of goods, and we challenge the world, in durability 
and finish. We use exclusively Hardwood for our Bed Posts which makes them more durable. 
Encourage home enterprise. Illustrated Catalogues furnished on applicaticn. We guarantee 
satisfaclion, We sell only to the trade. Do not retail. 

ELLIOTT & MARSH. 



J. G. SHANNONHOUSj 



Junius W. Hayes. 



J, G. SHANNONHOUSE & GO, 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GRASS AND 

FIELD SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, AND 

GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. 

Tennessee Farm and other Spring Wagons 
47 S. COLLEGE STREET, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

A. C. STIMMERVILLE, 

@- — LEADING DEALEE IN — ■© 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, 

Lime, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Floor- 
ing, Ceiling, and all kinds of 
Dressed Lumber. 
300 East Trade Street and N. C. R. R., Charlotte, N. C. 




PAINTING AND KALSOMINING 



PlAPlElRNHIMNlGIIINIG 



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STRICTLY ^IRSTjCLASS WORK 

Orders from outside the city will receive prompt attention 

C. S. PRITCHETT, 
Office and Residence, 800 N. Graham Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



E, T. BEGK & GO. 



Fine Perfumery, 
and Brushes. 



Soaps, Sponges 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



Brick Mrs Phcebe. r 403 e Ninth 

Bridgers Frank N, carpenter, r 634 s Mint 

Bridgers Mrs Lilly, r 634 s Mint 

Briard Chas F, r 810 n Church 

Briard Miss Nettie, elk Racket Store, r 601 e Seventh 

Briard Miss Nettie D, r 601 e Seventh 

Brix Flora, r 219 n Try on 

Brix Pauline, elk, r 219 n Tryon 

Broadhurst Roland S, elk John Farrior, r 513 n College 

Brockenbrough G H, mdse broker, r 802 s Tryon 

Brockenbrough Mrs G H, r 802 s Tryon 

Brockman M, flagman C, C & A R R, bds 12 s Church 

Brookfield John, Carolina Shirt and Drawer Co, r 602 n Church 

Brookfield Mrs M O, r 602 n Church 

Broom Grier. wks C C Mfg Co. r 19 vv Fourth 

Broom Thomas, wks C C Mni Co, bds 19 vv Fourth 

Broom Willie, wks C C Mnf Co, r 211 w Second 

Broom West, r southern sub nr Fair Ground 

Brown Mrs Addie, r 605 s Poplar 

Brown A B, yardmaster R & D R R, bds 901 n Graham 

Brown Mrs E J, r 516 e Seventh 

Brown Mrs E, r 502 e Seventh 

Brown Miss Fanny, seamstress, r 11 w Second 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Brown Mrs J E, r 503 w Trade 

Brown Joseph, wks Oates Bros, r Oates Row 

Brown Col John E, Solicitor Criminal Court, room 6 Law Build- 
ing, r 503 w Trade 

Brown J L, Brown, Weddington & Co, r 408 e Trade 

Brown Mrs J L, r 408 e Trade 

Brown J D, contracting brick mason, r 615 11 Pine 

Brown Mrs J D, r 615 n Pine 

Brown Joseph, wks P E Linnell's, r Oates Row, 7 n Johnston 

Brown J W, McManaway & Brown r 516 e Seventh 

Brown Miss Minnie P, r 806 vv Trade 

Brown Mrs M A, r 806 w Trade 

Brown Mrs M K, r 408 n College 

Brown P M, Brown, Weddington & Co, r 40S e Trade 

Brown Mrs P L, r 408 e Trade 

Brown R H, watchman Davidson & Griffin, r 605 s Poplar 

Brown Smiley J, r 806 w Trade 

Brown Mrs Sallie, r s Tryon nr Fair Grounds 

Brown Rev T S, pastor St Mark's Lutheran Church, r 404 e 
Trade 

Brown Mrs T S, r 404 e Trade 

Brown, Weddington & Co, hardware, 29 e Trade 

Broom, Wesley, r s Trvon nr Fair Grounds 



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GO I Broom, Mrs West, r southern sub nr Fair Grounds 

^~"i Bryan H S, r 217 n Tryon 

O Bryan Miss Lula, r 402 w Trade 

Vh Bryan Mrs S C, boarding house, r 402 w Trade 
P— 1 Bryan Thomas C, elk J H Gresham & Co, r 402 vv Trade 
: Bryan Beni K. L T Walker & Co r. r«nte.l H~**J 

Bryan E K, elk C C R R, r 203 s Tryon 

Brvan G W, Eccles & Bryan, prop'rs Central Hotel, r Central 



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Bryan Mrs G W, r Central Hotel 



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Bryce Col John Y, r 505 n Tryon 

Bryce John G, Anthony & Bryce, r 505 n Tryon 

Bryce Mrs Julia, r 505 n Tryon 

Bryce Miss Julia, r 505 n Tryon 

Buchanan W F, wholesale and retail liquors (G W Norman, 

mangr), 204 e Trade 
Buchanan, W F, saloon, 201 w Trade, r 311 w Trade 
Buchanan Mrs W F, r 311 w Trade 
Buff John, wks Ada Mill, r Greenville 
Buff Mrs Susan, wks Ada Mill, r Greenville 



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Is noted for the excellence of all that tends to 

contribute to the comfort of its guests. Terms: 

§3. to §3.50 per day. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Buford Hotel Billiard Rooms, Geo W Kittelle, propr, 39 s Tryon 

Buford Hotel, cor s Tryon and e Fourth 

Burkhead Mrs Lou, r Greenville 

Burkhead O C, fireman Ada mill, r Greenville 

Burgess M, machinist Liddell Co, r 241 w Trade 

Burrougns Miss Carrie, r 400 s Tryon 

Burroughs Mrs J C, r 400 s Trvon 

Burroughs J C, r 400 s Tryon 

Burwell Mrs Armistead, r 705 n Tryon 

Burwell Capt Armistead, Burwell & Walker, r 705 n Tryon 

Burwell Miss Ella J, r 705 n Tryon 

Burwell & Walker, lawyers (city attorneys), rooms 5 and 7 Law 

Building, n Church 
Burwell & Dunn, druggists, 2 s Tryon corw Trade 
Burwell Mrs Mattie, r 628 n College 
Burwell Mrs W R, r e Eleventh bet Tryon and College 
Burwell W R, Burwell & Dunn, r e Eleventh bet Tryon and 

College 
Burtner D H, r 35 s College 
Buskie Mrs Addie, r 812 w Trade 
Butler, John T, jeweler, 11 n Tryon, r 605 s Tryon 
Butler Mrs J T, r 605 s Tryon 
Butt A L, artist, r 420 s Church 

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Butt C N G & Co, Insurance agts, Merchants and Farmers Nat 

Bunk c Tr3.dc 
Butt C N G, C N G Butt & Co, r 312 e Fifth 
Butt Mrs C N G, 312 e Fifth 
Butt Mrs Mattie, r 420 s Church 
Byerly Daniel H, r 501 n Poplar 

Byerlyjohn S, bookeeper Oliver Oil Co. r 501 n Poplar 
Byerly WmJ, machinist I.iddell Co, r 501 n Poplar 
Byers J W, physician and surgeon, 4 w Trade, r 407 s Tryon 
Byers Mrs J W, r 407 s Tryon 
Byers Mrs E T, r 902 w Trade 
Byers E T, fireman R and D R R, r 902 w Trade 
Bynum W P, lawyer, r 499 e Trade 

CALDWELL Miss Bessie, r 216 w Fourth 
Caldwell D A, cor Seventh and B, r 403 e Seventh 
Coldwell Geo W, carpenter, i> 303 e Eleventh 
Caldwell Mrs M R, r 306 w Trade 
Caldwell Mrs Mary R, r 303 e Eleventh 
Caldwell Miss Sallie, r 216 w Fourth 
Caldwell T E, elk, W I Friday, r 216 w Fourth 
Caldwell Mrs Wm, boarding house, r 216 w Fourth 
Calvert John, cotton buyer 202 e Trade, r 306 s Tryon 

The D. A. Tompkins Company, Constructing and \ n n 

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Campbell Mis Charity C, wks Alpha Mills, r n B nr n Boun- : n Q 
dary = g' 

Campbell Miss E C, r 400 w Eighth 
Campbell Miss F G, r 901 n Tryon 

Campbell G W, drug clerk, R H Jordan & Co, r 400 w Eighth 
Campbell Mrs Jane, rnBnrn Boundary 
Campbell Mrs M O, r 901 n Tryon 
Campbell R G, wks Alpha Mills, r n B nr n Boundary 
Campion Mrs Alice, r 630 s Church 
Campion Benjamin, r 630 s Church 
Campion B F, carpenter, r 630 s Church 
Campion Mrs M E, r 216 e Eighth 
Campion Miss Maggie, r 630 s Church 
Campion W C, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 216 e Eighth C/2 
Cannon C E, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Cannon Mrs C E, r Victor Row 
Cannon Mrs EC, r 311 n College 
Cansler E T, lawyer, 10 s Tryon, r 504 e Trade 
Cappo Charles, carpenter, r 606 w Seven'h 
Carlton J F. sec and treas Wilson Drug Co, r Central Hotel 
Carolina Spoke and Handle Works, w side A T & O R R, nr 1 J__5 
w Tenth * 

Tne perfumeries and toilet soaps, very 

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Soda and Mineral 

Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. 
FIFTH STREET, 



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Charlotte, N. C. 



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Carolina Shirt and Drawer Co, Brookfield & Smith, props, 203 

s College 
Carpenter Mrs Ida, r 605 w Eighth 
Carpenter W P, supt Piedmont Mills, r 605 w Eighth 
Carr Eliza, r Seversville 
Carr, John P, trader, r Seversville 
Carra D, cotton grader, r Buford Hotel 
Carraway Rev J P, presiding elder Charlotte district, r 213 e 

Sixth 
Carraway Mrs Mattie, r 213 e Sixth 
Carrigan Mrs Ellen, seamstress, r 707 s Graham 
Carson C M, Carolina S & H Wks, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson James H, pres Carolina S & H Wks, pres Charlotte Gas 

Light Co, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson Mrs James H, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson J E, Carolina S & H Wks, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson Mrs J E, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson Jno S, Carolina S & H Wks, r 502 s Tryon 
Carson Richard, Carolina S & H Wks, r 502 s Tryon 
Carter L B, teacher, r 310 e Fifth 
Carter W F, teacher, r 310 e Fifth 
Carter Mrs W F, r 310 e Fifth 
Cassidy Miss E A, r 505 n Pine 

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the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 
Terms : g2. to $2.50 Per Day. George W. Kittelle. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Cassidy J E, carpenter, r 505 n Pine 

Cassidy Mrs Mary, r 505 n Pine 

Cassidy Mrs Catherine, seamstress, r 827 s Mint 

Cashion James, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Cashion Mrs Margaret, r Victor Row 

Cates Vincent H, shoemaker 10 e Trade, 1 10 w Hill 

Cathey A F, elk 1 W Hoover, r 9 n Poplar 

Cathey Mrs M S,"r 808 n Church 

Cathey Wm H, elk Brown, Weddington & Co, r 8c8 n Church 

Cauble Charles, engineer R & D R R, bds 901 n Graham 

Cauble Mrs Charles, bds 901 n Graham 

Cauble Miss Katie, bds 901 n Graham 

Cauble Robert, machinist Liddell Co, bds 901 n Graham 

Chafin Thomas, painter, r 304 e Fifth 

Chalk Geo W, traveling agt, r 202 n Tryon 

Chambers J L, supt Liddell Co, r 800 e Trade 

Chambers Mrs J L, r 800 Trade 

Chambers W J, broker 202 e Trade (up stairs), r 28 e Trade (up 

stairs) 
Chapman Miss Rachael, r 606 w Seventh 

Chapman Robtjr, wks Mecklenburg Iron Wks, r 606 w Seventh 
Chapman R P sr, janitor U S assay office, r 606 w Seventh 
Charlotte Cotton Compress, cotton platform, bet Third and Fourth 

Money and Labor by using Fire Place Heaters. Heats five 



Rooms. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. 

J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, 



N. C. 






R.T.Beck&Co. 



Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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Charlotte Cotton Mills; R M Oates, pres; D W Oates, sec'y and 
treas; 504 w Fifth 

Charlotte Chronicle (daily and weekly). Robert Haydn, mgr, 
cor e Trade and n College 

Charlotte Crockery Co, 3SsTryon 

Charlotte Electric Light and Power Co, 12 e Fifth; Dr R J Bre- 
vard, pres; Chauncey Belknap, sec'y; E R Dodge, mgr 

Charlotte Paint and Oil House, 16 e Trade; C P Wheeler, mgr 

Charlotte Rock Quarry, S S Strickland, Supt, R & D R R bet 
e First and Stonewall 

Charlotte Street Railway Co, Office, 4 w Trade 

Cheshire Mrs JBJr, r3i3n Church 

Cheshire Rev J B Jr, rector St Peter's Church, r 313 n Church 

Chick Mrs Lydia, r 628 s Church 

Chick J B, painter, r3i6s College 

Chick L W, painter, r 628 s Church 

Christenbury Mrs L D, r 408 n Smith 

Christenbury M E, r 408 n Smith 

Christenbury Mrs S E, r 208 n Clarkson 

Christenbury Thomas, carpenter, r 208 n Clarkson 

Christian W E, Charlotte Democrat, r 507 w Trade 

Christian Mrs W E, r 507 w Trade 

Church & Lane, insurance, 206 s Tryon 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds of 
Electric Light Plants. 

Church I D, Church & Lane, bds Central Hotel 
Church "Mrs J D, brds Central Hotel 
Clark Miss Amanda, wks C C Mfg Co, r 605 s Poplar 
Clark J C, flagman C, C & R R, r 10 w First 
Clark Mrs Mary, r 10 w First 

Clark Miss Nannie, wks C C Mfg Co, r 605 s Poplar 
Clark Miss Roxanna, r 605 s Poplar 
Clarkson & Duls, lawyers, Law Building, n Church 
Clarkson Heriot, Clarkson & Duls (mayor pro tem), r 18 w Fifth 
Clarkson Miss Mary A, teacher, r 18 w Fifth 
Clarkson Miss Margaret S, teacher at graded school, r 18 w Ffith 
Clarkson Mrs Margaret S, r 18 w Fifth 
Clarkson Mrs T S, r 415 s Church 

Clarkson T S, conductor C, C & A R R. r 415 s Church 
Clarkson Capt Wm. conductor A, T & O R R, r 18 w Filth 
Clay Amanda, wks Dixie Pants Co, r alley rear Buford Hotel 
Clay Charles, painter, r southern suburbs nr Fair Grounds 
Click Henry, carpenter, r 311 s Poplar 
Clifford Miss Allie, r 404 s Mint 
Clinard J A, mgr Field Bros, r 400 n Poplar 
Clinard Mrs J A, r 400 n Poplar 

Clonts Mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, r 20 Middle, bet Tryon and 
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ei'her BABY CARRIAGE, or your last want— a 
COFFIN. 16 W. I rade St.. Charlotte, N. C. 



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OBeer Bottling Establishment. 
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Clonts Frank, miller, r 703 e Sixth 

Clonts Jacob F, miller Star Mills, r 703 e Sixth 

Clonts John, printer, r "26 s Mint 

Clonts Mrs Rebecca, r 703 e Sixth 

Clonts Mrs Rebecca, r 626 s Mint 

Coan W C, wks Alpha Mills, r n B bey Twelfth 

Coan Mrs S M, r n B bev Twelfth 

Cobb Mrs Blanche, r 503 w Sixth 

Cobb Edward L, elk B Nichols, r 412 n Poplar 

Cobb Mrs E L, r 412 n Poplar 

Cobb John wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 503 w Sixth 

Cobb J W, register of deeds; office, court house; r 807 s Tryori 

Cobb Mrs Mary L, r 807 s Tryon 

Cochrane, Mrs L O, r 601 n College 

Cochrane Miss Minnie A, bkkeeper R E Cochrane, r 601 n College 

Cochrane R E, insurance and real estate agent, r 601 n College 

Cochrane Mrs W R, r 209 n Tryon 

Cochrane W R, r 209 n Tryon 

Cody Mrs J T, r 702 n D 

Cody J T, carpenter, r 702 n D 

Cody Mrs Mary, r 19 n Poplar 

Cody Mrs M J, r 19 n Poplar 

Cogbill A E, butcher 25 e Trade, r 706 n D 

Cogbill Mrs J T, r 706 n D - 

THE BUFORD HOTEL Is essentially adapted to the requirements of 
_ t. traveliug commercial men, whose patronageis 

-r. c« * »., en j earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Te rms: $2. to »3.50 per day. GEORGE W. KlTTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

Cogbill Mrs Mary, r 706 n D 

Cohen S A, Elias & Cohen, r 26 n Tryon 

Collahan J B, r 39 w Trade 

Collahan T B, r 39 w Trade 

Collier Mrs H C, r 607 e Ninth 

Collier W J, carpemer, r 607 e Ninth 

Colvin Green, r 213 n Graham 

Colvin Mrs Julia, r 213 n Graham 

Colvin Mrs Rhody, r 213 n Graham 

Coonzv Miss Ellen, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 

Cooper C C, elk Mover & Co, r 206 n Myers 

Cooper Mrs E E, r 408 e Eleventh 

Cooper Mrs J B, r 700 e Ninth 

Cooper J B, yardmaster, r 700 e Ninth 

Cooper Mrs T C, r 206 n Myers 

Cooper T S, r 08 e Eleventh 

Cooper Robt S, r 408 e Eleventh 

Copeland Sherrill, wks Victor mill, bds Victor Row 

Corder Mrs M A, r Victor Row 

Corder Rev R T, r Victor Row 

Corder W F, wks Victor mills, r Victor Row 

Cormack Ellen, r 612 e Stonewall 






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Facilities in furnishing Clothing. 



MUGS, GHEMIGALS, OT a zc i & g . 

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PATENT MEDICINE ? 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. O 



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Cormack, J J, wks Charlotte Chronicle, r 308 s College 

Cormack, Mrs J J. r 308 s College 

Cormack Mary, r 612 e Stonewall 

Covert Mrs C R, dressmaker, 14 n Church 

Cowan Miss Ida, r 8 w Fifth 

Cowen Wade, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 223 e Trade 

Cowie Geo E, salesman, r 415 n Church 

Cowie Mrs N F, 1415 n Church 

Cowles W D, bookkeper Com Nat Bank, r 810 s Tryon 

Cowles Mrs W D, r 8io s Tryon 

Coxe Mrs A W, r 507 s Tryon 

Craft Miss Fanny, bds 209 n Graham 

Craig Frederick A, tinner, r 630 s Mint 

Craig J D, sr, tailor, r 630 s Mint 

Craig J D jr, pressman Hirst Printing Co. r 630 s Mint 

Craig Mrs M L, r 630 s Mint 

Crawford Miss Rhody, r 210 e Seventh 

Creekmoor J C, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 

Creekmoor Miss Mary E, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 

Creekmoor Mrs Sarah, r Greenville 

Creighton Mrs B J, r 316 s College 

Creighton J M, car inspector R and D R R,r 314 s College 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engi)ie in the South. 

Creighton J M, farmer, r 314 s College 

Crenshaw Mrs Margaret, r 807 e Trade 

Crenshaw Mrs Martha, r Victor Row 

Crenshaw Charles, wks Victor mills, r Victor Row 

Cresswell A H, r 13 s Mint 

Cresswell Edward F, bookkeeper W E Shaw, r 13 s Mint 

Cresswell Mrs Mary, r 13 s Mint 

Cresswell John W, r 13 s Mint 

Cresswell T D, engineer R and D R R, r 904 w Trade 

Cresswell Mrs T D, r 904 w Trade 

Cresswell T W, engineer R and D R R, r 904 w Trade 

Cresswell Mrs T W, r 904 w Trade 

Cross Wm, r 9 n Poplar 

Cross Mrs Hannah, boarding house, 9 n Poplar 

Cross Miss Susie, r 9 n Poplar 

Crowell, A H, lumber dealer, 22 n College, r 509 e Ninth 

Crowell Wm M, mangr Star mills, r 308 e Trade 

Crowder A M, supt Ada Manfg Co; r 807 n Graham 

Crump E F, wks Victor mills, r Victor Row 

Crump George C, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Crump Mrs W F, r Victor Row 

Cruse Allen, drayman 209 n College, r 206 n College 

Cruse Mrs Allen, r 206 n College 

Cruse R M, hostler R & D R R, r 405 n Smith 



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BURWELL & DUNN, Charlotte, N. C. 



For hoth Wholesale 
and Retail Trade. 



G. VALER & GO, 



Soda and Mineral 

Fine ginger Ales, Etc. 
FIFTH STIiEF.T. 



Water Factory. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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Cruse Mrs R M, r 405 n Smith 

Crush Wm, Southern Chem Co, 213 w Trade, r Chester, Pa 

Crussins Miss Mamie, r 406 w Filth 

Culpepper Mrs M F, r 701 w Trade 

Culpepper Reuben sr, r 701 w Trade 

Culpepper Reuben jr, grocer 703 vv Trade, r 701 w Trade 

Culpepper W E, mailcarrier, r 11 w Fifth 

Culpepper Mrs W E, r 11 w Fifth 

Cunningham J C, machinist, Liddell Co, r 709 n D 

Cunningham Mrs Mary F, r 709 n D 

Cureton Mrs Rose E B, r 503 n Church 

Cureton Capt T J, r 503 n Church 

Curlee David, wks Charlotte Clothing Mfg Co, r 15 n Poplar 

Curlee J, wks Ch Clothing Mfg Co, r 15 n Poplar 

Curlee Mrs Rebecca, r 15 n Poplar 

Curry Mrs Hattie J, r 208 w Second 

Curry L C, fireman R & D R R, r 208 w Second 

Curry M W, r 208 w Second 

Cushing Mrs C E, r 302 n Smith 

Cushing J B fireman R & D R R. r 302 n Smith 

Cushing Mrs J B, r 302 n Smith 






Cuthbertson Mrs Jane M, r 407 e Filth 
Cuthbertson John W, elk H Baruch, r 407 e 



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lrded as one of the best South — Its rooms 
especially are commended for the ex- 
cellence of its beds and furniture. Table 
unsurpassed. Geo. W. Kittelle, Prop'r. 



DANIELS A M, wks Carolina S and H Factory, r n John- 
ston 
Daniels Mrs Fannie, r n Johnston 

Davidson & Griffin, livery, feed and sale stables, 233 e Trade 
Davidson Mrs Amanda, r4i2 w Second 
Davidson Miss Annie A, 1 300 n B 
Davidson Mrs A B, 303 s Tryon 
Davidson A B, farmer, r 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Miss Blandenia, r 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Miss C A, r 204 s Mint 
Davidson C M, elk Anthony & Bryce, r 18 n B 
Davidson Mrs C M, r 18 n B 
Davidson Rev E C, , r 412 w Second 

Davidson E L B, real estate, room 6 15 e Trade, r 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Miss Eloise, brds 413 w Trade 
Davidson Ed, machinest Liddell Co, r 602 n D 
Davidson J B, machinest, r 204 s Mint 
Davidson Johnnie M, r 18 n B 

Davidson John R, sexton First Pres Church, r 300 n B 
Davidson J Riley, Davidson & Griffin, r 18 n B 
Davidson Mrs J Riley, r 18 n B 
Davidson Miss Josephine, brds 413 w Trade 
Davidson Mrs Katie, r 602 n D 



J IV A/ffPlflcl'l flfl Slate Roofina- done in city or country. 
.rV.MLUlUMdllU, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. ' 



A. B. WILLMANN 

Gun and Locksmith 

GENERAL OPENING AND REPAIRING OF SAFES 



Dealer in Guns and Locks, Repairing of Machinery, Plumb- 
ing in all its branches promptly attended to. All 
work guaranteed to give satisfaction. 

34 M. TWSm ST1E1T. »'-;- GHAliOTTE, NL C. 

J. F. ANTHONY. J, G BRYCE. 

ANTHONY & BRYCE 

Co>ai and Ice Dealers 

233 EAST TRADE STREET 
CHARLOTTE, - - - - NORTH CAROLINA 

H^H. C. IRWIN^£ 

-~*N (tDfctple * <a:r)<a # f>crr)cy * l§J"p©c<2Pie.s^~ 
211 West Trade St., - Charlotte, N. C. 



ALSO DEALER IN FINE BEEF, PORK, LAMB AND MUTTON 

PROMPT AND FREE DELIVERY. 

F. W. AHRENS 

CONTRACTORS BUILDER 

©■ — AND MANUFACTURER OF—® 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, brackets, Mantles 
Frames and Stairwork. 

Corner College and Second Streets, - Charlotte, N. C. 



R. H. JORDAN & CO. 

DBPGGISTS 

Springs Corner, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

% SPECIALTIES: 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 
SODA WATER FINE CIGARS 

(g. — Telephone No. 147 •© 

C. N. G. BUTT & CO. 

leading pire J nsurance A gents 

INSURE TOUR PROPERTY IN THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES : 

Anglo Nevada California j Hamburg-Bremen ........ Hamburg 

Commercial Union London 1 Providence-Washington . . Massachusetts 

Connecticut Hartford Springfield Fire Marine . . Massachusetts 

Fire Association Philadelphia | | Sun Fire Office London 

C. N. G. Butt TELEPHONE 197 Tom Griffith 



y^LARKSON & DULS 

\^ Attorneys at Law 

Charlotte, N. C. [ 

Refer by permission to A. G. Brenizer, Cashier , 
Commercial National Bank; M. P. Pe^ram, ' 
Cashier First National Bank ; John Wilkes, Meck- 
lenburg Iron Works ; E. D. Latta & Bro., The 
Charotte Clothing Manufacturing Company. 


\ r* L. HUNTER 

V-/. Justice of the Peace 

• Law Building, 10 N. Church St. 

Privy Examinations taken, Oaths admin- 
istered, Civil and Criminal business trans- 
acted. 


T\ G. MAXWELL 

\_J • Justice of the Peace ', 

AND 

U. S. Commissioner 


; T) P. BOYD 

JD* Justice of the Peace 

\ No. 25 W. Trade Street. 

Deeds and Mortgages made up complete 


Office 30 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N, C. \ 


at low figures, and any other business 
] promptly attended to in the Magistrate 
line. 



E. T, BEGK & GO. 



Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
and Brushes. 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY— WHITE. 



Davidson Mrs Laura, r 215 w Tenth 

Davidson Mrs Liela, teacher, brds 208 w Fifth 

Davidson Miss Montrose, r 215 vv Tenth 

Davidson Robt F, agent, r 315 w Tenth 

Davidson Miss Sallie H, r 303 s Tryon 

Davidson Miss Sarah F, r 204 s Mint 

Davidson Wm, moulder Liddell Co, r 602 n D 

DaVies J L, elk H Baruch, r Buford Hotel 

Davis Miss Addie, seamstress r 301 s Church 

Davis EM, E M Davis & Co, r 402 w Filth 

Davis E M & Co, Racket Store, 15 n Tryon 

Davis Mrs E M. r 402 w Fifth 

Davis Charles F, apprentice M I Wks, r 303 s Graham 

Davis Mrs Florence, r 618 s Church 

Davis Mrs J A, r 7 10 n B 

Davis J A, foreman F W Ahrens, r 710 n B 

Davis J L & Son, grocers, 311 and 313 n Tryon 

Davis J L, J L Davis & Son, 313 n Tryon 

Davis J Mack, J L Davis & Son, 313 n Tryon 

Davis Miss Kate, r 900 w Trade 

Davis Miss L F, r 503 n Graham 

Davis L M, elk R A Beattie, r 608 n B 

Davis Miss Lena, r 710 n B 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
En vines in the South. 

Davis Mrs Lindsay, r 501 n A 

Davis Lindsay, traveling salesman, r 501 n A 

Davis M, carpenter, r 618 s Church 

Davis Miss Minnie, seamstress, r 301 s Church 

Davis Mrs M A, seamstress, r 608 s Poplar 

Davis Mrs M B, r 900 w Trade 

Davis Mrs S A, r 303 s Graham 

Davis, S W, justice of the peace, 4 s Tryon, r 303 s Graham 

Davis T J, supt Oliver Oil Co, r 303 s Graham 

Davis W J, Racket Store, r 402 \v Fifth 

Deal H A, bookkeeper Charlotte Chronicle, r 410 e Fifth 

Deal Mrs H A, r 410 e Fifth 

Deaton Jno L, elk Davidson & Griffin, r 304 e Fifth 

Deaton Mrs John L, boarding house, r 304 e Fifth 

DeCamp Ed H, Job Printer, under First Nat Bank, s Tryon, r 

19 n Poplar 
DeCamp Mrs Lula, r 19 n Poplar 
DeCoats Samuel, porter Racket Store, r s Graham 
DeLane Fan, printer, r 19 n Poplar 
DeLane John L, elk Racket Store, r Charlotte Hotel 
DeMolineu, H P & Co, plumbers, 5 n Tryon 
DeMolineu, H P, H P DeMolineu & Co, bds Buford Hotel 
Denoon Mrs Fanny, r 516 n Poplar 



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Denoon J B, mangr Telephone Exchange, r 516 n Poplar 

Dewey Miss Annie L, r 410 s Tryon 

Dewey Mrs B L, music teacher, r 410 s Tryon 

Devereux D V, shoemaker, r 703 e Ninth 

Devereux Mrs L A, r 703 e Ninth 

Dillinger Miss Neppie H, housekeeper, r 500 n A 

Dinkins Albert, wks R and D R R, r e Vance nr s A 

Dinkins Mrs Buna, r e Vance nr s A 

Dixie Pants Factory The, 33 e Trade 

Dixon C A & Co, clothing 15 e Trade 

Dixon C A. C A Dixon & Co, r 34 s Tryon 

Dixon D F, boarding house, 34 s Tryon 

Dixon Mrs D F, r 34 s Tryon 

Dixon Miss Ida, r 34 s Tryon 

Dixon Miss Sallie, r 34 s Tryon 

Dixon W P, traveling salesman, r 216 w Fourth 

Dixon Mrs W P, r 216 w Fourth 

Dodge House, Mrs E R Dodge, proprietress, 28 s Tryon 

Dodge E R, mangr Charlotte Electric Light Co, r 28 s Tryon 

Dodge Mrs E R, prop Dodge House. 28 s Tryon 

Dodge Edward S, telegrapher R & D R R, r 28 s Tryon 

Dodge Miss Mamie L, r 28 s Tryon 

Donaldson Miss Alice, cook, r 303 e Ninth 



THE BIIFORD HOTEL. 



Is personally conducted by the undersigned 
Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 
I of leading- and well known Southern and Northern prflDI (IWr M P 
A Resort Hotels. GEORGE W. KITTELLE, WllAlVL/U 1 i I/iU.lS. 

Donaldson Alister M, machinist, r 718 n Graham 

Donaldson C S, mgr Southern Newspaper Union, r403 e Seventh 

Donaldson Mrs Jane, r 718 n Graham 

Donaldson mrs N E, r 702 n C 

Donaldson W B, machinist, r 707 n C 

Donnelly Mrs Amanda, r 504 e Seventh 

Donnelly Mark, painter, r 504 e Seventh 

Dooley George, printer, r 604 s Church 

Dowd Mrs Anna, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Mrs C, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd C & Son, lawyers, lie Trade 

Dowd Miss Ella M, teacher, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Jerome, prop Mecklenburg Times, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Miss Julia, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd J C, farmer, r 15 e Third 

Dowd Mrs J C, r 15 c Third 

Cowd J G, operator knitting mills, r 15 e Third 

Dowd Maj C, C Dowd & Son, attorneys at law, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Miss Mattie A, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Miss Nannie T, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd Willis B, C Dowd & Son, r 701 n Tryon 

Dowd W F, bkkeeper Brem & McDowell, 15 e Third 

Drayton & Co, insurance, 39 e Trade (up stairs) 



W. KAUFMAN & CO. 6 -' **&*> ® *t 



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BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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Drayton Miss Emma, r 501 e Trade 

Drayton Gen Thomas F, Drayton & Co, r 501 e Trade 

Duckworth Henry D, bkkeeper, r Seversville 

Duckworth Mary, r Seversville 

Duffv, Mrs F L, r 700 s C 

Duffy, Miss Maggie, elk Racket Store, r 313 s B 

Dufiy Thomas, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 700 s C 

Dukes Mrs G F, r 603 e Seventh 

Dukes Geo F, carpenter, r 603 e Seventh 

Duls N, grocer 214 e Trade, r 216 n C 

Duls Mrs N, r 216 n C 

Duls Charles A, Clarkson & Duls, r 512 n Tryon 

Duncan B F, bkkeeper A H Crowell, r 703 e Ninth 

Duncan Miss Fanny, r 310 e Ninth 

Duncan Mrs M, r 703 e Ninth 

Duncan Mrs M E F, r 310 e Ninth 

Duncan Robt A, agt, grocer, 217 e Trade, r 310 e Ninth 

Duncan Mrs Robt A, r 310 e Ninth 

Duninger Miss Isabella, seamstress, r 208 w Morehead 

Dunn R A, Burwell & Dunn, r S02 s Tryon 

Dunn Mrs R A, r S02 s Tryon 

Durant Mrs Josie P, teacher, r 712 n College 

Durham Miss Lillie, r 200 n C 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Durham F R, grocer 209 w Trade, r 200 n C 

Dwyer M H, mechanic, r 306 w Sixth 

Dwyer Mrs M P, r 306 w Sixth 

Dwyer M H, wks Carolina S and H Wks, r 710 n C 

Dwyer Mrs M P, r 710 n C 



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EAGLE Miss Bertha, elk Racket Store, r 507 n 
Eagle Mrs Maggie, r 18 n B 
Eagle Mrs S A, r 420 s Church 
Earnhardt Mrs A J, wks Victor mills, r Victor Row 
Earnhardt E A, wks Victor mills, r Victor Row 
Earnhardt Mrs M J, r 507 n Pine 
Earnhardt R W, r 507 n Pine 
East Dr L A, bkkeeper, r 203 n C 



Eccles H C, Eccles & Bryan, prop'rs Central Hotel, r Central 

Hotel 
Eccles Mrs H C, r Central Hotel 



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Edwards Hannibal, grocery and dray propr, 632 s Church, 
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BURWELL & DUNN, Druggists. 



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Charlotte, N. C. 



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Edwards Mrs Mary, r 636 s Church 

Edwards Mrs Mary, r Greenville 

Edwards M B, engineer CCR R, r 217 e Sixth 

Elam Mrs Anna, r 17 n Poplar 

Elder Mrs Alice, r 404 n Graham 

Elder J M W, colporteur Mecklenburg- Bible Society, r 404 n 

Graham 
Eldridge Mrs Emma, r 202 w Tenth 
Eldridge F S, supt Carolina S & H Wks, r 202 w Tenth 
Elias & Cohen, mfgrs agts, 23 n Tryon 
Elias David, Elias & Cohen, 23 n Tryon 
Elias S Price, Elias & Cohen, r 21 n Tryon 
Elliott & Marsh, furniture factory, 210 e Eighth 
Elliott Mrs C M, r 401 n Tryon 
Elliott Miss Hauie, r 401 n Tryon 
Elliott J A, Elliott & Marsh, r 401 n Tryon 
Elliott S I, S J Elliott & Co, r n College 
Elliott S J & Co, watchmakers and jewelers, 213 w Trade 
Elliott T L, Johnston & Elliott, r 241 w Trade 
Elliott Mrs T L, r 241 w Trade 
Ellsmore Mack, wks Victor mills, bds Victor row 
Ellwood Mrs Harriett, r Oates' row, n Johnston 
Elmore Miss Julia, tailoress Pharr & Long, r 23 w Fourth 



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[III DUWiiU IlUl Li U. guaranteeing- absolute satisfaction to all. 
GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop 'r. 

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Terms : -?2. to -52.50 per day. 



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r 902 w Trade 



Elms Miss Julia M, r 206 w Tenth 

Elms Miss Minnie, r S10 n Church 

Elms Mrs M E, r 810 n Church 

Elms John W, butcher, r S10 n Church 

Elwood Mrs Alice, r 10 e Stonewall 

Elwood William, wks C C mfg Co, r 10 

Emery Joseph H, Barnhardt & Emery, 

Emery Mrs J H, r 902 \v Trade 

Emery Robert, elk A & C A L shops, r 902 w Trade 

Ennis Archibald, wks Charlotte Cotton mills, r 700 w Trade 

Ennis Mrs Hettie, r 606 w Trade 

Ennis James, r 700 w Trade 

Ennis Mrs James, r 700 w Trade 

Ennis Joseph, wks Victor mills, r 700 w Trade 

Ennis W A, grocery, 225 w Trade, r 606 w 1 rade 

Ernnell Wm H, elk E M Andrews, bds 205 w Trade 

Ervvin C C, printer, r S06 n B 

Erwin Mrs C C, r 806 n B 

Erwin John R, r 624 n College- 

Erwin Mrs J R, r 624 n College 

Erwin W G, deputy elk Superior court (court house, elks office) 

r country 
Etheridge C M, insurance agt, 4 n Tryon, r 710 w Trade 

J.»N.«M C GAUSIAN1 

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PONTRAGTORS « SHOULD - CONSULT 

l« FORTIN AND SLATE 



FOR TIM AMD 

209 SOUTH TRYON STREET. 



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Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Ste. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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Etheridge Mrs CM, r 710 w Trade 

Etheridge G J, grocery. 500 s Church, r 504 s Church 

Etheridge Mrs Mattie, r 504 s Church 

FAIR Miss Dodie, r 622 n College 
Fair Mrs M A, r 622 n College 
Fair Rev J Y, pastor Second Pres church, r 622 n College 
Fair Miss J P, r 622 n College 
Fair Rev R A. r 622 n College 
Fa iris Mrs S M, r 511 n College 
Fairis S M, elk J Lindy, r 511 n College 
Farrington Alfred B, guard chain eang, r 315 w Stonewall 
Farrington Mrs Eliza, r 213 n Graham 
Farrington Geo W, carpenter, r 609 n Pine 
Farrington Miss J H, r 609 n Pine 
Farrington John sr, r 213 n Graham 

Farrington John jr, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 213 n Graham 
Farrington John T, mechanic, r 319 vv Ninth 
Farrington Mrs Jennie r 315 w Ston< wail 
Farrington Mrs John T, r 310 w Ninth 
Farrington Miss Laura C, dressmaker, r 801 n Graham 
Farrington Miss Lou F, dressmaker, r 801 n Graham 

I he D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler i?i the South. 

Farrington Miss Mary E, dressmaker, r Soi n Graham 

Farrington R L, r 80 1 n Grahum 

Farrington Miss S Jane, dressmaker, r 801 n Graham 

Farrior John, jeweller 3 n Tryon, r 513 n College 

Farrior Mrs John, r 513 n College 

Farrior Mrs W H. r 500 n Graham 

Farrow Mrs May E, r 215 e Fitih 

Fasnacht J A, r 208 n Church 

Fasnacht Mrs J A, r 208 n Church 

Faulkner Geo, wks Knitting Mills, brds Oates' Row 

Faulkner Mrs J S, r 509 e Ninth 

Faulkner Thomas K, miller Star Mills, r 509 e Ninth 

Fayssoux E S, chf elk R & D R R, r 404 n Pine 

Fayssoux Mrs E S, r 404 n Pine 

Feimster Mrs A E, r 310 w Eighth 

Feimster Rufus M, cabinet maker, r 310 w Eighth 

Feimster Vance, check'boy Racket Store, r 310 w Eighth 

Felder Miss ML, rn Pine 

Felts J S, wks S and H Wks, r 509 e Fourth 

Felts Mrs J S, r 509 e Fourth 

Ferguson Blenny, tanner, r 619 n B 

Ferguson Mrs D J, r 509 w Fifth 

Ferguson Frank, painter, r 412 e Seventh 

Ferguson Mrs Frank, 1-412 e Seventh 



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First Class FURNITURE HOUSE. Give him 
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Ferguson W C, wks R & D R R, r 509 w Fifth 

Ferrell Mrs Mary A, r Oates' Row 

Ferrell J G, wks Victor Mills, r Oates' Row 

Fetzer John W, bkkeeper Brown, Weddington & Co, r 805 n 

Tryon 
Fetzer Mrs John W, r . c o5 n Trvon 
Fidler Mrs M J, r 803 n D 
Fidler \Vm, machinist Liddell Co, r 803 n D 
Field Bros, wholesale and retail grocers, 209 e Trade 



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Fisher R M. constable and flagman C, C & A R R, 

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Fisher Mrs Rachael, r 409 n Tryon 
Flannagan Mrs Hannah, r 313 s C 
Flaum Mrs Anna, r 406 n Poplar 
Flaum Henry, traveling agt, r 406 n Poplar 
Flaum Julius, cigar factory 25 w Trade, r 406 n Poplar 



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TU[ D [flDn UflTCI CHARLOTTE, N. C. Conrad Lipscomb, Chief Clerk, 

IlL OUr U n U n U I LLi ioD S connected -with the Hotels of Charlotte, gives 

__j___^_________ greeting to his friends, and invites them one and all 

to call upon him, guaranteeing them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 

Flaum Miss Paulina, r 406 n Poplar 

Flaum Miss Rav, r 406 n Poplar 

Flaum Solomon, cigar maker, r 406 n Poplar 

Flaum Samuel, traveling agt, r 406 n Poplar 

Flemming Mrs Sue V, milliner, r 801 n Graham 

Fletcher Mrs Annie, r Oates' Row 

Eletcher Oliver, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Fletcher Breckenridge, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates' 
Row 

Fletcher E, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 

Fletcher Miss Isabella, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 

Fletcher J A, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 

Fletcher Miss Lou, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Fletcher Mrs Martha, r Oates' Row, 16 n Johnston 

Flow James, r 304 e Sixth 

Flournoy Charles, bkkeeper Gresham & Gresham, r 13 n Clark- 
son 

Flournoy Mrs Charles, r 13 n Clarkson 

Folsom F A, r 413 n Church 

Folsom Mrs H T, r 413 n Church 

Folsom W M, 415 n Church 

Fonville W J, engineer R & D R R, r 202 w Fifth 

Fonville -Mrs W J, 202 w Fifth 

Ford Mrs Susan, r Greenville 



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Forgus C L, engineer R & D R R, brds 402 w Trade 

Forgus Mrs C L, brds 402 w Trade 

Fortman Mrs Lizzie M, r 205 w Second 

Fortman H A, driver and collector R Portner Brewing Co, r 

205 w Second 
Fox Mrs Julia, r 304 w Trade 
Fox J D, elk Brem & McDowell, r 304 w Trade 
Fox Miss Janie H, r 304 w Trade 
Franklin Miss Cora, r 203 n Myers 
Franklin Mrs J B, r 203 n Myers 
Franklin Miss Rose, r 203 n Myers 
Franklin T S, bkkeeper Liddell Co, r 203 n Myers 
Frazier Charles, Painter, r 609 e Ninth 
Frazier Miss Mamie, r 706 w Trade 
Frazier Mrs M J, r.706 w Trade 

Frazier M L, foreman Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 706 w Trade 
Frazier Mrs S J, r 609 e Ninth 
Frazier W P, machinist, brds 205 w Trade 
Freeman Mrs Annie, r 311 n D 
Freeman Miss Carrie, dressmaker, r 208 n College 
Freeman Mrs Fannie N, r 207 w Fourth 
Freeman M, fireman C, C & A R R, brds 12 s Church 
Freeman Miss Mag, r 208 n College 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Electric Lights in the South. 

Freeman J W, miner, r 311 n D 

Freeman James, butcher, r 208 n College 

Freeman Miss Pet, dressmaker, r 20S n College 

Freeman W A, wks C C Mfg Co, r 207 w Fourth 

Freeman Miss Zula, r 207 w Fourth 

Friday W I, grocer 243 w Trade, r 401 n Church 

Friday Mrs W I, r 401 n Church 

Frye Mrs Sarah, r 503 s Tryon 

Fuller A S, elk Henry Nathan, r 306 n College 

Funderburg Miss Anna, r Oates' Row 

Funderburg A J, laborer, r Oates' Row 

Funderburg John, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates Row 

Funderburg Mrs Jane, r Oates' Row 

Funderburg Laney, wks Alpha Cotton mills, r Oates' row 

Funderburg Mrs Margaret, r n B nr Twelfth 

Funderburg L B, wks Alpha mills, r n B nr Twelfth 

Funderburk, A F. furniture dealer, 35 s College, r Columbia, 

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Funderburk, R B, r 35 s College 
Fuqua Miss Mamie, r 902 w Trade 
Furr Mrs A C, wks C C Mfg Co, r 31 s Church 
Furr J A, wks C C Mfg Co, r 31 s Church 



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Gaertner Mrs Elise, r 604 n Trvon 
Gaither T H. cotton factor, 202 s College, r 315 w Fifth 
Gaither Mrs B K, r 315 w Fifth 
Gale Charles, printer, bds 901 n College 
Gale Frank M, bkkeeper Racket Store, r 301 n Poplar 
Gallagher Patrick, elk Racket Store, r3i3 sB 
Gallagher Mrs P, r 313 s B 
Gallant Miss A E, r Victor row 
Gallant E M, r Victor row 
Gallant, J A, r Victor row 
Gallant Mrs M E, r Victor row 
Gallman Miss Leila, r 309 s Tryon 
Galloway Mrs A C, r 702 n B 
Galloway, J B, brickmason, r 702 n B 
Galloway Miss L M, r 702 n B 
Gardiner Mrs P J, r Victor row 
Gardiner R M, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Garibaldi Mrs Etta, r 805 s Mint 
Garibaldi Miss Hilda, r 628 s Mint 
Garibaldi Joe, elk John Farrior, r 628 s Mint 
Garibaldi John, ginner, miller and grocer, 622 s Mint, r 628 

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Garibaldi Thomas, stoves and tinware 31 w Trade, r 11 s Mint 

Garibaldi W H, machinist M I Wks, r 805 s Mint 

Garner Miss Jennie, r 310 s C 

Garner Mrs Nellie, r 310 s C 

Garraux Ernest, hostler R & D R R, bds 13 n Clarkson 

Garrett, Mrs R, i"32i e Trade <• 

Garris Mrs Sarah A, r Oates' row 

Garrison D B, gardener, r 507 w Sixth 

Garrison Mrs Lola, r 502 n Smith 

Garrison D L, wks Charlotte Cotton mills, r 507 w Sixth 

Garrison J H, wks Ada mills, r 502 n Smith 

Garrison Mrs M E, r 507 v\ Sixth 

Gaston A A, wks R Moore, r 810 s Tryon 

Gaston Mrs A A, r 810 s Tryon 

Gaston Miss Katie, r 810 s Tryon 

George Mrs Matilda, r 11 e Eighth 

Ghant Mrs MA, r 312 s Poplar 

Gibbon John, r 3 10 n College 

Gibbon R L, physician, 215 n Tryon, r 310 n College 

Gibbon R, physician, 215 n Tryon, r3ion College 

Gibbon Mrs Robt, r 310 n College 

Gibbs H A, r 9 n Pop'ar 



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Cane Seats, 

Job Turning, 
Store and Office 

Fixtures, etc. 

Mosquito Frames 

Made to Order 

Furniture Packed 

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JOHN I. OZMENT 



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F. B. McDowell, Vice Pres. 
J. L. Chambers, Sec'y and Supt. 

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manufacturers of 
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Circular Saw Mills 
Cotton Presses 
Yarn and Warp Presses 
Pulleys and Shafting 
Couplings and Hangers 
Slip Collars, etc., etc. 



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The Liddell-Tompkins Engine 
The Improved New Era Boiler 
The Liddell Variable Feed Saw mills 
The Boss Cotton Presses 
The Liddell DirectActing Steam Press 
The Liddell Coupling and Hanger 
The Daisy Yarn and Warp^ Press 



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JTAB MILLS COMPAHY 

W. IVl. CROWEL.L, Manager 



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Gin rear lis, 306 E Trade Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



R, T. BECK & GO, 



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Gibbs Mrs Minnie, r 9 n Poplar 

Gifford Miss Agnes, 206 e Sixth 

Gifford Mrs A, r 206 e Sixth 

Gilford Geo A, cotton buyer for L W Sanders, r 206 e Sixth 

Gifford Miss Janie, r 206 e Sixth 

Gilford Miss Mary, r 206 e Sixth 

Gilbert Miss F M, dressmaker, r 221 n D 

Gilbert Jefferson, flagman C, C & A R R, bds 12 s Church 

Giles Mrs Mary E, r 501 n Smith 

Giles G S, mail carrier, r 501 n Smith 

Giles Miss Ximenia, r 501 n Smith 

Gilmer T T, Gilreath & Co, r Buford Hotel 

Gilmore Mrs Nellie, r s end s Tryon 

Gilmore Wm, watchman C C R R, r s end s Tryon 

Gilreath & Co, boots and shoes, 16 s Tryon 

Glavin Edward, car tracer, r 313 s C 

Glenn J C, carpenter, r 421 e Tenth 

Glenn Mrs M £, r 421 e Tenth 

Glover Miss Marie, r 402 e Ninth 

Glover Mrs F H, r 402 e Ninth 

Glover Lewis, drayman Racket Store 

Goins Mrs Jennie, seamstress, r 903 s Church 

Goins Miss Lula, seamstress, r 903 s Church 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Goldberg Mrs D, r 310 e Sixth 

Goldberg D, mgr S Wittkowsky, r 310 e Sixth 

Golcsmith A M, traveling salesman, r 412 n Tryon 

Goldsmith Mrs AM, r 412 n Tryon 

Gompf'Mrs Agnes E, r 707 w Trade 

Gompl Marcellus, moulder, r 707 w Trade 

Gooding Capt W B, city tax collector, office City Hall, r 15 s Mint 

Gooding Mrs W B, r 15 s Mint 

Goodman Mrs Agatha, r 804 n C 

Goodman Robert, gunsmith, r 804 n C 

Goodrum J T, telegraph operator, r 313 n Pine 

Gormley J J, sec and treas Ada Mfg Co, r 300 w Fifth 

Gormley Mrs J J, r 300 w Fifth 

Gowdy Mrs Mary A, r 301 e Sixth 

Gowdy N D, loreman Hirst Printing Co, r 301 e Sixth 

Grady Mrs A E, r 406 w Tenth 

Grady J F, builder and contractor, r 406 w Tenth 

Graham Alexander, supt city schools, r 817 s B (school grounds) 

Graham Mrs A, r 313 e Fifth 

Graham A, elk First Nat Bank, r 313 e Fifth 

Graham Miss Bessie, r 327 n Tryon 

Graham Mrs Elizabeth, r 327 n Tryon 

Graham G W, physician and surgeon, 7 w Trade. r3i5 n Church 



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Prices. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Graham Mary Jane, r 319 s B 

Graham John, car recorder R & D R R, r 205 n Clarkson 
Graham Joseph, physician, 7 e trade, r 327 n Tryon 
Graham Mrs Kate B, r 817 s B (school grounds) 
Graham Mrs Lizzie, r Greenville 
Graham Miss Margaret, r 817 s B (school grounds) 
Graham Mrs Mary, r 205 n Clarkson 
Graham Mrs S W, r 315 n Church 
Graham Wm, farmer, r Greenville 
Graham Wm A, r 327 n Tryon 
Graham Wm, elk Racket Store, r 216 w Fourth 
Gray & Co, boots and shoes, 19 e Trade 
Gray Mrs Caroline, r Victor Row- 
Gray Mrs Fanny, r 202 n B 

Gray Nat, city bill poster, 215 w Trade, r 215 w Trade 
Gray J W, elk Nat Gray, r 215 w Trade 
Gray Mrs L E, r 310 s Tryon 

Gray Miss Mag, nurse, r southern sub nr Fair Grounds 
Gray Mrs M A, r Victor row 
Gray Ransom S, Gray & Co, r 310 s Tryon 
Gray Robert W, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Gray R W, elk J H McAden, r Buford Hotel 
Gray W H H, painter, r 202 n B 



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$2. to $2,50 per dar. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Gray Wm H, elk Gray & Co, r 804 n Tryon 

Gray Mrs W H, r 804 n Tryon 

Gray W J, carpenter, r Victor row 

Gray W G, r 205 w Trade 

Gregory Geo W, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 

Gregory Mrs M E, r Greenville 

Gresham C, prop R R eating house, r 600 w Trade 

Gresham Mrs C, r 600 w Trade 

Gresham C I, Eddins & Gresham, r 600 w Trade 

Gresham J H, J H Gresham & Co, r 600 w Trade 

Gresham J T, Gresham & Gresham, r 600 w Trade 

Gribble J R, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 

Gribble Mrs Nancy J, r Victor row 

Grier Mrs nddie R, r 807 n Tryon 

Grier Miss Annie, r 801 e Trade 

Grier Calvin E, lawyer, room 2 Law Bldg, r 807 n Tryon 

Grier J M, elk H Baruoh, r 513 n Church 

Grier Mrs J M, r 513 n Church 

Grier Mrs M E, r Soon Tryon 

Grier Mrs M M, r 801 e Trade 

Grier Thomas, merchant, r Soo n Tryon 

Griffin Mrs E A, r Greenville 

Griffin J S, brickmason, r n Graham extension 



W, KAUFMAN & GO, 



Carrv the LAKGES ' STOCK of MENS' 
BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 
in -he STATE of NORTH CAROLINA. 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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Griffin Mrs J S, r n Graham extension 

Griffin John L, carpenter, r 32 s College 

Griffin Mrs Lilly, r n Johnston extension 

Griffin W W, brickmason, r Greenville 

Griffin Mrs M J, r Greenville 

Griffin Mrs Mary J, r 32 s College 

Griffin Miss Maitie r 32 s College 

Griffin Wade, wks Carolina S & H Factory, r n Johnston extn 

Griffin, W H, wagoner, r Greenville 

Griffith Thomas, C N G Butt & Co and bkkeeper M and F Nat 
Bank, r 210 n C 

Griffith Mrs Thomas, r 210 n C 

Griffith W F, chief of police, r 11 s Mint 

Griffith Mrs Mrs W F, r 1 1 s Mint 

Grimes Mrs Georgiana, r 400 s Church 

Grimes Miss Laura, r 400 s Church 

Grimes Miss Mamie, r 400 s Church 

Grimes R N, foreman M I Wks, r 400 s Church 

Grose Miss Annie, r j e Stonewall 

Grose Mrs Elizabeth M, r 7 e Stonewall 

Grose Frederick, bkkeeper Gresham & Gresham, r 7 e Stone- 
wall 

Grose Miss Katie, r 7 e Stonewall 

The D. A. Tompkins Company, Constructing and 
Contracting Engineers, Charlotte, N. C 

Grose Miss Pauline, rye Stonewall 

Grose Samuel J, elk register of deeds, r 7 e Stonewall 

Gross Rev Mark S, priest St Peters R C Church, r 501 s Tryon 

Gruber Mrs J A C, r 409 n Church 

Gruber Joseph C, engineer A T & O R R, r 409 n Church 

Gruber Miss Julia E G, r 409 n Church 

Gruber Miss Lilly, r 409 n Church 

Gruber Mrs Mary A, r 409 n Church 

Gunter Miss Sarah S, wks Cotton mills, bds Oates' row 

HADDOCK J S, conductor C C R R, bds 20S s Tryon 
Hager James, carpenter, r 403 s Church 
Hager Miss Maggie, r 319 w Stonewall 
Hager Mrs Minnie, seamstress, r 403 s Church 
Hales & Tolar, jewelers, S n Tryon 
Hales A, Hales & Tolar, r 619 n B 
Hales Mrs A, r 619 n B 

Hall Mrs Alice, wks C C Mfg Co, r 313 s Poplar 
Hall Mrs Carrie, r 500 n Smith 
Hall Miss Carrie E, r 706 s Tryon 
Hall Miss Emma, r 915 n Tryon 
Hall Garry H, fireman C C R R, r 915 n Tryon 
Hall Miss Fannie, r 706 s Trvnn 



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Hall Frank, r 706 s Tryon 

Hall Geo S, butcher, r 311 e Seventh 

Hall Mrs Geo S, r 311 e Seventh 

Hall Miss Mamie, r 921 s B (school grounds) 

Hall Morris, bkkeeper. r 706 s Tryon 

Hall John, engineer C C R R, r 915 n Tryon 

Hall Mrs John, r 915 n Tryon 

Hall John R, r 706 s Tryon 

Hall Mrs J S, r 504 n Smith 

Hall Miss T P, r 504 n Smith 

Hall D J, yardmaster R & D R R, r 500 n Smith 

Haltom Rev W S, r 308 S Church 

Haltom Mrs W S, r 308 s Church 

Hamby Mrs Sarah, r 511 n Church 

Hamel Miss Francis D, r 505 n Pine 

Hamel Henry C, tailor, wks J S Phillips, r 505 n Pine 

Hamill A T, foreman Newspaper Union, r 300 n B 

Hamill Mrs A T, r 300 n B 

Hamilton Mrs N D, r 214 n College 

Hamilton J H, machinist, r 214 n College 

Hammond & Justice, wholesale and retail hardware, 30 e Trade 

Hammond A H, Hammond & Justice, r 503 e Trade 

Hammond Mrs M B, r 503 e Trade 

rpHF RTIFORF) HOTF1 Charlotte, N. C, is one of the most 
11L ■ L, ^i vyivi-/ nuibb, complete and comfortable houses in 
the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 
_1_ Terms : $2. to $2.50 Per Day. George W. Kittelle. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Hand & Bowles, saloon, 38 n Tryon 

Hand Miss Ella, r 216 n B 

Hand Miss Ida, r 216 n B 

Hand Mrs M J, r 216 n B 

Hand Robert, r 216 n B 

Hand W L, Hand & Bowles, r 216 n B 

Handcock Sylvanus, elk Funderburk furniture store, bds 602 w 

Seventh 
Hanks Walker, r 407 n Tryon 

Hanna Prof Geo B, assayer U S assay office, r 306 n Tryon 
Hanna Mrs G B, r 306 n Tryon 
Hannon Charles, harness maker J W Wadsworth, r 618 s 

Church 
Hannon J C, grocer 606 s Church, r 608 s Church 
Hannon Mrs K W, r 211 w Fourth 
Hannon Miss Mary, r 211 w Fourth 
Hannon Mrs M K, r 618 s Church 
Hannon Mrs Rhody, r 60S s Church 
Hardin J L, r30i n College 

Hardis Mrs M S, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Hargett Mrs I B, r 303 n Graham 
Hargett J L, carpenter, w side n College, bey C C 
Hargett John, carpenter, r 215 n Myers 






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Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



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Hargett Mrs Mary, vv side n College, bey C C R R 

Hargett Mrs Sallie, r 215 n Myers 

Hargett Thomas, fish dealer, r 303 n Graham 

Hargrave L D, r 501 w Trade 

Hargrave Mrs L D, r 50T w Trade 

Harkey Mrs Elizabeth, r 816 n Graham 

Harkey D H painter, r 904 w Trade 

Harkey Mrs D H, r 904 w Trade 

Harkey Joseph M, r 816 n Graham 

Harkey Miss S F. r 603 n D 

Harkness Jesse P, elk J W miller & Co, r 804 s Tryon 

Harrill Ab, elk Racket Store, r s Tryon 

Hat rill J J, elk Racket Store, r s Tryon 

Harrill John, mail agt, r 208 s Tryon 

Harrill Mrs John, r 208 s Tryon 

Harrill J H, elk post office, r 208 s Tryon 

Harry Mrs Cora, r 223 n Tryon 

Harris Cyrus, farmer, r 2 miles west Charlotte 

Harris Hugh W, lawyer, 36 w Trade, r 15 w Trade 

Harris James, wks Victor Mills, r 208 n Clarkson 

Harris James, r 14 n Church 

Harris Maj J G, Alexander & Harris, r Central Hotel 

Harris John, r 14 n Church 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds of ||| 



Electric Light Plants. 



Harris Mrs John, r 14 n Church 

Harris John, farmer, 2 miles w Charlotte 

Harris Mrs Julia E, r 901 n Graham 

Harris J W, laborer, r 910 s Tryon 

Harris M, machinist, Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 209 n Graham 

Harris Mrs M D, r 910 s Tryon 

Harris Samuel E, elk J Hirshinger & Co, r 221 n Tryon 

Harris Mrs Victoria, r 208 n Clarkson 

Harris W B, grocer, n Graham extension 

Harris Wade H, ed and prop Daily News, r 223 n Tryon 

Harrison Mrs Alice, r 215 s Church 

Harrison C F, auctioneer, r 215 s Church 

Harrison Miss Eliza, r 215 s Church 

Harrison Miss Fannie, r 215 s Church 

Harrison James H, James H Harrison & Co, r34s Tryon 

Harrison James H & Co, dry goods, notions, etc, 40 s Tryon 

Harrison Miss Mamie, r 215 s Church 

Harrison Mrs S L, r 300 vv Filth 

Harrison W J, elk cotton compress, r 403 s Church 

Harrison Mrs W J, dress maker, r 403 s Church 

Harry D R, elk A E Rankin & Bro, r 310 n Graham 

Harry Mrs D R, r 310 n Graham 

Harry John M, Andrews & Co, r 14 s Tryon 



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Hart Miss Alice, elk, r 217 n C 

Hart Miss Connie, r 217 n C 

Hartsfield R B, Charlotte Crockery Co, r 28 s Tryon 

Hartsfield Mrs R M, r 28 s Tryon 

Harty Miss Bessie G, r 213 n Tryon 

Harty Egbert R, traveling salesman, r 213 n Tryon 

Harty Mrs Emma, r 213 n Tryon 

Harty Miss Irene, r 213 Tryon 

Harty James, china store, 28 w Trade, r 113 n Tryon 

Harty Joseph B, elk J Harty, r 213 n Tryon 

Harty Miss Mary Jane, r 213 n Tryon 

Harty Wm J, elk J Harty, r 21 t, n Tryon 

Harvey James, engineer R & D R R, r 901 n Graham 

Harvey Mrs James, r 901 n Graham 

Hasty Mrs Susan, r w side n College, bey C C R R 

Hasty Stephen H, wagoner and carpenter, r w side n College, 

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Hatch Mrs Alice, r 901 n College 
Hatch J H, carpenter, r 901 n College 
Haughton Miss Maggie, r 611 n Church 
Haughton Miss ML, re Eleventh bet Tryon and College 
Haughton Thos H, r e Eleventh bet Tryon and College 
Haughton Mrs T H, r e Eleventh bet Trvon and College 

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Charlotte, N. C. 



Is regarded as one of the best South — Its rooms 
especially are commended for the ex- 
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unsurpassed. Geo. W. Kittelle,Prop'r. 






Haughton Wm G, elk So Ex Co, r 611 n Church 

Hauser Norbert, elk J T Butler, r 211 n Myers 

Hawkins Marcus L, wks Victor Mills, r 700 w Trade 

Hawkins Mrs N E, r 509 w Sixth 

Hawkins John, wks Victor Mills r Victor Row 

Haydn Robert, mgr Charlotte Chronicle, r 214 s Tryon 

Haydn Mrs Robt, r 214 s Tryon 

Hayes C C, grocer 35 w Trade, r 210 n C 

Hayes Mrs C C, r 210 n C 

Hayes Miss Daisy, r 502 s Church 

Hayes Mrs Elizabeth, r 610 w Eighth 

Hayes Dr J W, r 306 s Church 

Hayes Mrs J W, r 306 s Church 

Hayes Mrs Junius W, r 505 n Graham 

Hayes Junius W, J G Shannonhouse & Co, r 505 ji Graham 

Hayes Lucy C, r 505 n Graham 

Hayes Solomon, r 610 w Eighth 

Hayman L, butcher, 19 s Tryon, r 410 n Poplar 

Hayman Mrs L, r 410 n Poplar 

Haynes A S, machinist M I Wks, r 214 s Church 

Haynes Capt Edward, roofing, r 315 s Mint 

Haynes Mrs Emily, r 315 s Mint 

Haynes Mrs EL, r 214 s Church 



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Haynes R S, elk Racket Store, r 214 s Church 

Hayr.es T D, fireman R & D R R, r 214 s Church 

Healy Mrs Ellen, r 412 s Poplar 

Heard J W, traveling salesman, r Buford Hotel 

Heard Mrs J W, r Buford Hotel 

Heath Mrs A J, r 708 e Trade 

Heath E J, R A Lee & Co. r 708 e Trade 

Heep Lung, laundry, 225 s Tryon 

Heftcock Win, street car driver, r 305 w Stonewall 

Helms Miss Emma, r n Johnston 

Helms J D, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, r n end n 

Johnston 
Helms Mrs Lessie, r n end n Johnston 
Helms Mrs Rebecca, r n end n Johnston 
Helton Miss Annie, r 311 s C 
Helton Elizabeth, r 311 s C 
Helton Peter, life insurance, r 311 s C 
Henderson Edward T, elk R M White & Co, r 9 e Third 
Henderson Mrs E T, r 9 e Third 
Henderson J A, Neal & Henderson, rsn n Poplar 
Henderson J Harvev, farmer, r 511 n Poplar 
Henderson Dr J M, S L Alexander & Co, r country 
Henderson Miss M E, 511 n Poplar 

The T>. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 

Henderson Mrs Mary J, r 908 s Tryon 

Henderson Willis J, traveling salesman Brown & Weddington, 
r 511 n Poplar 

Henderson W M, grocer, 908 s Tryon, r 908 s Tryon 

Henning David, bkkeeper and telegraph operator C C Frt De- 
pot, r 217 n Tryon 

Henning Miss Ruth, r 37 n Tryon 

Henry Wm, watchman Carolina S and H Factory, r n Johnston 

Henry Mrs Sallie, r n Johnston 

Henshaw Elizabeth, r Seversville 

Henshaw John W, boot and shoemaker, 6 e Trade, r Seversville 

Herndon E A, wks Chronicle office, bds Buford House 

Herron Mrs E C, r 703 n D 

Herron Mrs Jane, r 206 s Church 

Herron Wm M, r 703 n D 

Hess Isaac, wks W Kaufman, r 505 s Tryon 

Hicks, Francis A, tin and slate roofing, 6 e Trade, r 503 n 
Poplar 

Hicks Mrs F A, r 503 n Poplar 

Hill A T, insurance agt, r Buford Hotel 

Hill Mrs Harriet, n 510 n Pine 

Hill Henry H, watchman Ada mills, bds 205 w Trade 

Hill Jemima, seamstress, r 406 e Third 



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Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. 
FIFTH STREET, 



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HIRST S DIRECTORY OF CHARLOTTE. 



Hill John, carpenter, r 510 n Pine 
Hill Miss Rebecca, r 327 n Tryon 
Hilton R L grocer, 700 n D. r 700 n D 
Hilton Mrs S E, r 700 n D 

Hinshaw Mrs C C, dressmaker 26 w Trade, r 615 e Seventh 
Hinson Miss Dora, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Hinson John, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Hinson Mrs Margaret, r Victor row 
Hinson Mis Sophronia, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Hinson Westbury, r Victor row 
Hipp Mrs A B, r 804 w Fourth 
Hipp J L, carpenter, r 506 s Church 
Hipp Miss Ella, r 50" s Church 
Hipp Mrs Josephine, r 506 s Church 
Hipp Mrs Martha, r 804 w Fourth 
Hipp Thomas, wks Victor mills, r 804 w Fourth 
Hirsch M, elk Moyer & Co, r 233 s Tryon 
Hirsch Isaac, Margolius & Co, r 402 n Tryon 
Hirshinger J & Co, props Dixie Pants Factory, 33 e Trade 
Hirshinger J, J Hirshinger & Co, r 610 s Tryon 
Hirshinger Mrs J, r 610 s Tryon 

Hirst, John, Hirst Printing and Publishing Company, r 506 n 
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rr„ ao » » m j earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

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Hirst Miles, grocer 601 w Eighth, r 603 w Eighth 

Hirst Mrs Miles, r 603 w Eighth 

Hirst Printing and Publishing Company, 212 e Trade 

Hislop Miss Ella, r 216 n B 

Hobbs J A, wks Heath & Lee, r 413 e Seventh 

Hobbs J R, elk R & D R R, r Buford Hotel 

Hobbs Mrs Laura L, r 413 e Seventh 

Hobbs Mrs Martha, r 415 e Seventh 

Hodge J T, boot and shoemaker 214 n Tryon, r 214 n Tryon 

Hodges Miss Emma, seamstress, r 615 s Mint 

Hodges Miss Josephine, seamstress, r5i5 s Mint 

Hoffman & Alexander, dentists, 5 w Trade 

Hoffman Henry, barkeeper Buford Hotel, r Buford Hotel 

Hoffman Dr W H, Hoflman & Alexander, r 311 w Fifth 

Hoffman Mrs W H, r 311 w Fifth 

Hoke A L, carpenter, r 409 e Fifth 

Hoke Mrs G L, r 409 e Fifth 

Holder Miss Bettie, r 907 s B 

Holder, R E, grocer, 213 c Trade, r 907 s B 

Holder Mrs Sarah J, r 907 s B 

Holland J R, cashier M & F Nat Bank, r 504 e Trade 

Holland Mrs J R, r 504 e Trade , 

Holland J R, Shaw & Co, r 407 e Trade 






AGENT 



For Excelsior Stoves, New 

Columbia and New Lee 

RANGES. 



J, N, McCAUSLAND 



209 S. Tryon Street. 

Charlotte. N. C. 




A. H. CROWELL, JR. 

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Lower than any Other House in North Carolina 

MY STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT, VIZ: 

Bed Room Suits, Parlor Suits, Beds, Mattresses. Safes, Lounges, Tables, Chairs, 
and everything in a First-Class Furniture House 

Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes. [The oldest Undertaking: House in the city.] Am pre- 
pared to conduct funerals in the very latest style and at the lowest prices. 
Embalming done either in or out of the city. Orders promptly attended to, day or night 

Night Cali^-Central Hotel or 412 N. Poplar Street 
17 West Trade Street, - - - - CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

ESTABLISHED 1875 

O. W. BADGER 

[Successor to T. W. REM LEY] 

WHOLESALE LIOUOR DEALER 



FULL LINE OF WINES AND LIQUORS 

NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISKEY A SPECIALTY. 

205 E. TRADE ST., CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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R, T. BEGK & GO, 



Fine Perfumery 
and Brushes. 



, Soaps, Sponges 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY— WHITE. 



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Holly Miss Addie, r 405 n Smith 

Holley Mrs Esther, r 405 n Smith 

Holky Miss Nancy A, r 405 n Smith 

Holley Miss Rebecca, r 405 n Smith 

Holobaugh D S, Grocer, r 308 n Church 

Holobaugh Mrs D S. r 30S n Church 

Holobaugh Geo M, Grocer 29 s Tryon, r 16 e Morehead 

Holobaugh Mrs Geo M, r 16 e Morehead 

Holt John A, supt Cotton Compress, r Buford Hotel 

Holt Wm, shoemaker 214 n Tryon, r 508 e Seventh 

Holt Mrs Wm, r 508 e Seventh 

Holton C S, Grocer 307 e Trade, r 601 e Seventh 

Holton Mrs Martha J. r 601 e Seventh 

Holton Mrs H C, r 321 e Trade 

Holton Mrs Rachael R, r 321 e Trade 

Hood Harvey, elk Racket Store, r 212 e Seventh 

Hood Mrs Sarah, r 212 e Seventh 

Hood John H, stone cutter, r 700 s C 

Hooper Mrs C J, r 509 w Seventh 

Hooper Edward, General Merchandise 507 w Seventh, r 509 w 

Seventh 
Hooper Mrs Emily E, r 509 vv Seventh 
Hooper John, wks Alpha Mills, r n B, near city limits 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Hoover F M, elk John W Hoover, r 10 w Fifth 

Hoover Mrs F M, r 10 w Fifth 

Hoover J H, r 301 w Trade 

Hoover J W, grocer 301 w Trade, r 301 

Honeysucker William, wks Victor Mills 

Horah Wm, carpenter, r 219 w Trade 

Horah Franklin, carpenter, r 219 w Trade 

Horah Mrs Margaret, r 219 w Trade 

Hornbarrier Mrs S A, r 419 w Fourth 

Horton Mrs S F, r 504 n Graham 

Horton Mrs M M, r 209 e Fifth 

Hotchkiss Mrs R L, r 306 w Seventh 

Houston Miss Bessie A, saleslady r 317 w 

Houston Miss Carrie E, r 317 w Eighth 

Houston Mrs Betsy, r 501 n Smith 

Houston J W, cotton dealer, r rear 605 s Poplar 

Houston Mrs J W, r rear 605 s Poplar 

Houston S F, traveling salesman, r 317 w Eighth 

Houston Mrs Sarah, r 317 w Eighth 

Houston Miss Sallie, saleslady Racket Store, r 317 w Eighth 

Houston Miss Sue, r 501 n Smith 

Ho.wie J C, elk John McCorkle, r 25 w Trade 

Howze W H, com traveler, bds Central Hotel 



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COFFIN. 16 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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Howell Geo A, bkkeeper John VanLandingham, r 208 e 

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Howell Mrs Geo A, r 208 e Fifth 
Howell John, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Howell J T, machinist, Liddell Co, r 241 w Trade 
Howell Mrs J T, r 241 w Trade 

Howell S M, grocer and baker 217 e Trade, r 208 e Fifth 
Howell Mrs S M, r 208 e Fifth 
Howard Miss Grace, r 633 s Graham 
Hucks Mrs Francis, wks C C Mfg Co, r 209 n B 
Hucks Geo W, wks C C Mfg Co, r 209 n B 
Hucks Miss Hattie, seamstress, r 304 s Mint 
Huddleston Mrs Clementine, wks Victor Mills, r Victor row 
Huddleston Mrs E A, r Victor row 
Huddleston J H, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Huddleston Miss N A, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Huddleston R, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Huddleston Tom, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 
Hudgens Miss Alice, r 407 e Second 
Hudson T M, wks S & H wks, bds n Johnston 
Hughes M, Engineer CC&ARR, bds 408 n Graham 
Humbert Miss Jane, r 313 n College 

TUP RTTVnRU UfTPVT * s personally conducted by the undersigned 
111!; DUrUiVLI UUiJuivi Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 
of leading- and well known Southern and Northern 
Eesort Hotels. GEORGE \V. KITTELLE, 



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Hundley J H, r Central Hotel 

Hundley Mrs J H, r Central Hotel 

Huneycutt A J, engineer R & D R R, r 213 s Graham 

Huneycutt Mrs A J, r 213 s Graham 

Huneycutt R F, job compositor and sterotyper, r 2 miles beyond 

s limits 
Huneycutt Miss T L, r 415 e First 
Hunter Mrs A V, r 609 n C 



Hunter Mrs Alice V, 



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Hunter Charles, carpenter, r 416 s Church 
Hunter C L, elk U S Disi Atty, r 504 e Trade 
Hunter Mrs C S, r 504 e Trade 
Hunter D P, policeman, r 601 n Pne 
Hunter Mrs D P, r 601 n Pine 
Hunter Mrs Ila, r 601 n Pine 
Hunter J H, carpenter, r 310 s Mint 
Hunter J N, Kirk & Hunter, r 410 w Ninth 
Hunter Mrs J N, r 410 w Ninth 
Hunter James D, carpenter, r 609 n C 
Hunter Mrs Molly, seamstress, r 416 s Church 
Hunter T M, fireman R & D R R, bds 410 w Ninth 
Hutchinson J M, carpenter, r 615 n C 
Hutchinson Miss Kate, r 615 n C 



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Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



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Hutchinson Mrs Mary G, r 615 n C 

Hutchison A C & Co, carriage dealers 22 n Trvon 

Hutchison A C, A C Hutchison & Co, r 409 n Tryon 

Hutchison Mrs A C, r 409 n Tryon 

Hutchison Anthony, engineer R&DRRr 407 n Smith 

Hutchison Mrs Bessie, r 402 w Twelfth 

Hutchison Miss Charlee, teacher at Graded School, r 402 w 12th 

Hutchison D P, supt Charlotte Water Works Co, r 603 n Tryon 

Hutchison Mrs Elizabeth, r 407 n Smith 

Hutchison Dr E Nye, Insurance Agent 4 n Tryon, r 402 w 12th 

Hutchison John S, traveling salesman, r 405 n Poplar 

Hutchison Mrs J S, r 405 n Poplar 

Hutchison Mrs Sallie W, r 603 n Tryon 

Hutchison Miss Susie, r 402 w Twelfth 

Hyams F D, roots and herbs 210 College st, r 233 s Tryon 

Hyland Ed, plumber, bds 506 w Hill 

Hyndman Mrs Lucy M, r 313 n Pine 

Hyndman W J, carpenter, r 313 n Pine 

IRVINE John S, mail carrier, r 300 w Second 
Irvine Mrs John S, r 300 w Second 
Irvine Wm, moulder M I Wks, r 606 w Trade 
Irvine Mrs Emma, r 606 w Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Electric Lights in the South. 

Irving E J, supt Charlotte Cotton mills, r 401 s Church 

Irving Mrs E J, r 401 s Church 

Irwin Miss Anna O, r 20S St James Park 

Irw.n Frank J, supt C C Mfg Co, r 208 St James Park 

Irwin H C, grocer and butcher 211 w Trade, r 212 s Church 

Irwin Mrs H C, r 212 s Church 

Irwin Mrs Harriet M, r 208 St James Park 

Irwin ] A, night elk Central Hotel, r Central Hotel 

Irwin James P, r 208 St James Park 

JACKSON James B, blacksmith, r 16 e Stonewall 
Jackson Mrs Sarah, r 16 e Stonewall 
James Mrs Alice, r 611 n Church 
James C C, mechanic, r Greenville 
James C M, r 406 e Trade 
James Mrs Minerva, r Greenville 
James Mrs Phcebe, r 318 w Ninth 
James Miss Sarah A, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 
James T C, agt Asso R R's Va and Carolinas, 17 e Trade, r 611 

n Church 
Jamison Miss Addie, r 30 , s Church 
Jamison Miss Florence, r 301 s Poplar 
Jamison I W, bkkeeper E B Springs, r 304 s Church 



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MANUFACTURERS PRICES. THEIR TRADE IS SOLICITED. 

BURWELL & DUNN, Wholesale Store 5 W. Trade St. 



G. VALER & GO, 



Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 

Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. Charlotte N C 
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Jamison } M, elk R R eating house, r 6oo w Trade 

Jamison John, elk C Scott, r 34 s Tryon 

Jamison Mrs Josephine E, r 313 S Mint 

Jamison Mrs Lula, r 301 s Poplar 

Jamison Mrs Margaret, r 13 s Mint 

Jamison Miss Mary, r 301 s Poplar 

Jamison Robert, engineer C, C & A R R, r 301 s Poplar 

Jamison Mrs R M, r 305 s Church 

Jamison S N, elk E M Andrews, r 313 s Mint 

Jaquins W A, elk F F Snider, r 33 n College 

Jaquins Mrs W A, r 33 n College 

Jarrell Win, machinist Liddell Co, r 213 n Myers 

Jarrell Mrs Rosa, r 213 n Myers 

Jarrett Mrs Annie, r 702 n D 

Jarrett Ed, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 702 n D 

Jarrett J R, carpenter, r 514 e Ninth 

Jarrett Mrs S E, r 514 e Ninth 

Jenning S J E, carpenter, r 504 n A 

Jennings Miss Juliana, r 632 s Mint 

Jennings Mrs T A, r 504 n A 

Jetton Harvy W, sergeant police, r City Hall 

Jetton Mrs Margaret, r Oa;es' Row 

Jetfon Taylor, carpenter, r Oates' Row 






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Terms = 83. to $2 .50 per^T GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Proper. 



Johnson Charles, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 403 e Ninth 

Johnson E, marble cutter, r country 

Johnson Mrs Erving, r 403 e Ninth 

Johnson G S, mgr Talbot & Son, r 607 :> Poplar 

Johnson Mrs G S, r 607 n Poplar 

Johnson James A, marble cutter, r country 

Johnson Mary, r 803 s B 

Johnson & Elliott, marble dealers. 235-237 w Trade 

Johnston Mrs Adeline, r 406 w Ninth 

Johnston Bros, grocers and commission merchants, 25 s College 

Johnston David, r 617 s Church 

Johnston Miss Jennie, r 710 n Tryon 

Johnston James A, Johnston & Elliot, r 30S e Ninth 

Johnston Mrs James A, r 308 e Ninth 

Johnston Latta C, farmer, r 609 n Tryon 

Johnston Mrs Latta C, r 609 n Tryon 

Johnston Mrs M E, r 617 s Church 

Johnston Mrs Rufus M, r 609 n Tryon 

Johnston Mrs Susan, r n Johnston 

Johnston Ural G, r 609 Tryon 

Johnston Col Wm, r 415 w Trade 

Johnston Zeke, Johnston Bros, bds 408 n College 

Johnston Zebulon M, bkkeeper Pharr & Long, r 28 e Trade, 



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SLATE AND TIN ROOFER. 

209 South Tryon Street, 



R. T. Beck & Co.YSSlfci^ 1 Druggists. 



Charlotte, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



Is, r 209 n Graham 
r 507 n Graham 



onas Mrs Betsey, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 515 w Sixth 
onas Miss Mollie, wks Cha'lotte Cotton Mills, rsi5 w Sixth 
ones & Lockwood, Charlotte Knitting Mills, Fourth and R&D 

Railroad 
ones & Tillett, attorneys, rooms 10 and 1 1 Law Building n Church 
ones Miss Annie, r 407 n Tryon 

ones C F, bkkeeper 1st National Bank, r 502 n College 
ones Col H C, Jones & Tillett, (U S Dist Atty), Law Building, n 

Church, r 406 e Trade 
ones J B, wks Charlotte Cotton Mil 
ones J E. roadmaster R & D R R, 
ones Miss Kate B, 507 n Graham 
ones Miss Lelia B. r 310 n Poplar 
ones Mrs Mary A E, r 310 n Poplar 
ones Miss Nina, r 407 n Tryon 

ones Richard L, Jones & L ckwood, r 508 vv Trade 
ones Mrs R L, r 508 w Trade 
ones Robt L, printer, r 310 n Poplar 
ones Dr S B, Jones & Graham, r 412 
ones Mrs SB, r 412 S Tryon 
ones Mrs T D, r 507 n Graham 
ones W R, elk S Wittokowsky, r 301 n College 
ones Mrs W R, r 301 n College 



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Jordan R H, drugs 2 n Tryon cor e Trade, r Buford House 

Jordan Mrs R H, r Buford Hotel 

Jordan Mrs Mamie, r 209 n Graham 

Julian Robert E, shoemaker 300 n Tryon, r 300 n Tryon 

Justice W H, Hammond & Justice, r Central Hotel 

Justice M, elk Gresham & Gresham, bds 602 w Seventh 

KAUFMAN, W & Co, clothiers, cor Central Hotel 
Kaufman W, W Kaufman & Co, r 505 s Tryon 
Kaufman Mrs W, r 505 s Tryon 
Kee Sam, laundry 225 s Tryon, r 225 s Tryon 
KeelerJ Morgan jr, r Buford Hotel 
Keerans E P, elk E B Springs, r 609 n Church 
Keerans Mrs E A, r 609 n Church 
Keerans Miss Hattie E, r 609 n Church 
Keerans J T, bee hive vendor, r 609 n Church 
Keesler £ L, T L Alexander & Co, r 405 e Trade 
Keesler S R, elk Gray &: Co, r 405 e Tiade 
Keeter John, fireman R & D R R, r 410 vv Ninth 
Keistler R S, patent medicines 32 s College, r 32 s College 
Keith Miss Henrietta, wks Cotton mills, r 525 w Sixth 



Keith Miss Margaret, wks Cotton mills, 
Keith Mrs M A, r 555 w Sixth 
Keith T J, gardener, r 525 w Sixth 



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Keller Mrs Cora, r Greenville 
Keller G W, wks Ada mill, r Greenville 
Kelly Mrs Jennie, seamstress, r 408 w Second 
Kelly James, r 408 w Second 
Kelly Mrs M C, elk Racket Store, r 202 w Tenth 
Kendrick Mrs E L, r 10 w Sixth 

Kendrick J M, wines and liquors 15 s Tryon, r 205 n Tryon 
Kendrick Mrs J M, r 205 n Tryon 
Kendrick Miss Mary, r 205 n Tryo:. 
Kendrick Sylvanus, r 10 w Sixth 
Kendrick T A, elk R Moore, r 10 w Sixth 
Kennedy C C. train dispatcher R & D R R, r 511 w Trade 
Kennedy Mrs Loula, r 511 w Trade 
Kennedy Richard, machinist M I Wks, r 604 s Church 
Kennedy Miss Sallie r 604 s Church 
Kerns Mrs Sarah A, r 12 e Stonewall 

Kerns Thomas G, wks Brown, Weddington & Co, r 12 e Stone- 
wall 
Kerr Miss A J, r Victor row 
Kerr Mrs M A, r Victor row 
Kerr R F, farmer, r Victor row 
Keziah Miss M J, r Victor Row 
Keziah Miss Virgie, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 






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CHARLOTTE, N. C. Conrad Lipscomb, Chief Clerk, 
long- connected with the Hotels of Charlotte, gives 
_ greeting- to his friends, and invites them one and all 
to call upon him, guaranteeing them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 

Kidd Miss Alice, r 514 e Seventh 

Kidd W B, grocer 512 e Seventh, r 514 e Seventh 

Kids F S, elk W A Ennis, r 227 w Trade 

Kids Mrs F S, r 227 w Trade 

Kimball Julius, machinist Liddell Co, r 19 n Poplar 

Kimbrell Miss Avlona, wks C C Mfg Co, r 8 e Stonewall 

Kimbrell Mrs Eliza J, r 8 e Stonewell 

Kimbrell J B, wks C C Mfg Co, r 8 e Stonewall 

Kindle Wm A, machinist Elliott & Marsh, r southern suburbs, 

near Fair Grounds 
Kindle Mrs Holly, r southern suburbs near Fair Grounds 
King C F, newspaper correspondent, r 408 e Seventh 
King Mrs C F, r 40S e Seventh 

King Geo H, agent Southern Express Co, r 709 n Tryon 
King Mrs Ida T, r 709 n Tryon 
King J D, conductor R & D R R, r 605 e Seventh 
King Miss Kate, r 907 n Tryon 
King Mrs M J, r 605 e Seventh 



Kino- Mrs Mary N, wks C C Mfg Co, r 313 
Kinlow N, laborer, r 502 e Seventh 
Kinslow Mrs M, r 502 e Seventh 
Kirby M F, elk J M Sims, r 413 n Graham 
Kirby Mrs M F, r 413 n Graham 



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Kneer Miss Mollie, r 13 n Poplar 

Kneer Mrs S A, r 13 n Poplar 

Knight Wash, engineer Victor Mills, bds Victor Row 

Knox W P, elk R & D R R, r 200 11 B 

Knox Mi's W P, r 200 n B 

Kopf R M. traveling salesman, r 310 s Church 

Kopf Mrs R M, r 310 s Church 

Krueger G S, bkkeeper S Wittkowsky, r 509 n Church 

Krueger Mrs Mary, r 509 n Church 

Kuester Charles, elk Young & Rhyne, r 314 n College 

Kuester Mrs F, r 314 n College 

LAFOY Mrs Adeline, r 507 w Fifth 
Latby Houston, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 
Lafoy Mrs Liny, r Oates' Row 
Lafoy P V, wks Cotton Mills, r 507 w Fifth 
Lafoy R M, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 
Lafoy Mrs Sallie, r Oates Row 

Laird Eli B, conductor R & D R R, r 706 w Trade 
Laird Mrs E B, r 706 w Trade 
Lancaster C D, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 

Twelfth 
Lancaster Mrs Jane, wks Alpha Mills, r n B nr Twelfth 



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Kirby Mrs MA, r 415 n Poplar 

Kirk & Hunter, saloon, 41 \v Trade 

Kirk L J, Kirk & Hunter, r n Graham extension 

Kirk Mrs L J, r n Graham extension 

Kirkpatrick Mrs Elizabeth, r 210 w Sixth 

Kirkpatrick Miss Nannie, wks C C Mfg Co, r 210 w Sixth 

Kirkpatrick John, r 40S n College 

Kirkpatrick J Parks, wks C C Mfg Co, r 210 w Sixth 

Kistler Geo M, elk Robt A Duncan, bds 310 e Ninth 

Kistler Mrs Margaret, r 507 w Third 

Kittelle G W, lessee and prop Buford Hotell, r Buford Hotel, 

cor s Tryon and e Fourth 
Kittelle Mrs G W, r Buford Hotel, cor s Tryon and e Fourth 
Kizer Miss Katie, r 620 s Church 
Klouse Mrs Alice, r Greenville 
Klouse Joseph, stone mason, r Greenville 
Klouse Joseph, butcher 239 w Trade, r 312 s Poplar 
Klouse Miss Mary, r Greenville 
Klouse Mrs M E, r 312 s Poplar 
Klouse Thomas, stone mason, r Greenville 
Klueppelberg Mrs Charlotte, r 201 n C 
Klueppelberg H A, traveling salesman, r 201 n C 
Klutz Lundy, r 407 e Second 

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Lancaster Miss Jane, r n B bey Twelfth 

Lancaster Miss Parmelia, wks Alpha Mills, r n B near Twelfth 

Lancaster Miss Liona, rnBnf Twelfth 

Lancaster Miss Viola, n B nr Twelfth 

Lancaster W G, wks Alpha Mills, r n B near Twelfth 

Landecker S, Grocer 14 n Tryon, r Central Hotel 

Lane H H, Church & Lane 206 s Tryon, r Buford Hotel 

Lane Mrs H H, r Buford Hotel 

Langler J P, clock repairer, r 204 w Morehead 

LanhamJ W, wks Ada Mill, r Greenville 

Lanham Mrs Lucy, r Greenville 

Lankford Wm, r Greenville 

Lankford Mrs Mattie, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 

Lardner Mrs Annie, r 313 n College 

Latta E D, Charlotte Clothing Mnfg Co, r 509 n Tryon 

Latta Mrs E D, r 509 n Tryon 

Laughinghouse E S, machinist Liddell Co, r 305 e Fifth 

Laughinghouse Mrs E S, r 305 e Fifth 

Laughinghouse Mrs M J, r 305 e Fifth 

Law Library Association Rooms 8 and 15 Law Building n 

Church 
Law John A, elk So Ex Co, r 702 n Tryon 
Lawing Mrs Belle r 501 E Eleventh 









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Lawing G A, drayman, r 300 n Myers 

Lawing G A, grocer, r Seversville. 

Lawing J T A, carpenter, r 300 Myers 

Lawing Mrs M S, r 300 n Myers 

Lawing Mary C, r Seversvilie 

Lawing Mrs M J, r 300 N Myers 

Lawing Rachael R, r Seversville 

Lawing R E, contractor, r 501 e Eleventh 

Leach Mrs Mary, seamstress, r 1 1 w Second 

Lederer Henry, r Buford Hotel 

Ledwell Mrs Lizzie, r s end s Tryon 

Ledwell Thomas, printer, r s end s Tryon 

Lee R A & Co, sales and livery stables, 15 n College 

Lee R A & Co, cotton buyers, 1 1 n College 

Lee R A, R A Lee & Co, r central Hotel 

Lee Clifton, engineer C L R R, r 406 w Ninth 

Lee Mrs Mary, r 406 w Ninth 

Lee Mrs R J, r 306 e Sixth 

LeGrand Mrs Sarah, r e side n Tryon, bey C C R R 

Lenten Mrs Mollie, seamstress, r e side s Church, nr old Fair 

grounds 
Lentile Miss Mollie, seamstress, r 903 s Church 
Levy Mrs Katie, r 9 e Hill 






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Highest Award, New York, traordinary merit, New ! jgg 7 

1887. York, 1888. 

CHARLOTTE FEMALE INSTITUTE I 

REV. WM. E. ATKINSON, Principal f CHARLOTTE, January 14, 1889. 

Gukney Hot Water Heater Co., Boston, Mass: 

Gentlemen : — I have a Gurney Hot Water Heater now heating the Charlotte Female 
Institute, instead of five hot air furnaces, and it makes it the most comfortably heated school 
building in the state at three-fourths the expense and one-tenth the trouble I formerly had. 
The Heater could not be bought out of my Institute for twice what it cost 

Yours very truly, WM. R. ATKINSON. 

N. B. — The Rev. W. R. Atkinson has very kindly allowed us to refer any parties interested 
to him. 

SEND FOR "HOW TO HEAT OUR HOMES." 



Gurriey Hot Water Heater Co. 

237 Franklin Street, Boston, Mass., and 88 John Street, New York 
Southern Agents, VALK & MURDOCK, I 6 Hassell Street, Charleston, S C. 



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RALEIGH, N. C. WILMINGTON, N. C. 



K. S. FINCH, Agent, 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



F. W. CLARK, Gen'l Ft. and Pass. Ag't, 

PORTSMOUTH, VA. 



R. T. BEGK & GO, 



Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
and Brushes. charlotte, n. c. 



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Levy N E, elk, r 241 w Trade 

Levy Mrs N E, r 241 vv Trade 

Levy Thomas L, moulder Liddell Co, r 9 e Hill 

Lewis Edward, wks Victor Mills, r Oates' Row 

Lewis Capt J Harvey, engineer C C R R, r 18 11 B 

Lewis Miss Margaret E, r 2 e old Boundary 

Lewis Mrs Nancy, r 2 e old Boundary 

Lewis Thomas S, bricklayer, r 2 e old B nindary 

Lichtenstein Michael, merchant tailor 9 n Tryon, r 612 n D 

Lichtenstein Mrs M, 1612 n B 

Liddell Co, Iron Founders, and manufacturers of engines, saw 

mills, cotton presses, &c, cor e Trade and n East Boundary 
Liddell Mrs W S, r 604 w Trade 
Liddell Miss Eva, r 604 e Trade 
Liddell Miss Luella, r 604 e Trade 
Liddell Mrs W J F, r 604 e Trade 
Liddell W S, pres Liddell Co. r 604 e Trade 
Lite Ins Co of Va, 217 n Tryon 
Lilley Miss Fannie, r 303 e Ninth 

Lillycrop John, messenger Law Library, r 628 s Church 
Lillycrop MrsM J, r 628 s Church 
Lillycrop Wm M, r 628 s Church 
Lindy J, drygoods merchant, r 301 n B 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 



Lindy Mrs J, r30i n B 

Link Mrs Elizabeth, r 634 s Church 

Link George, elk H G Link, bds 634 s Church 

Link H G, grocer 203 c Trade, r634 s Church 

Linnell, roller coverer Oates' Cotton Mills, r 601 n Poplar 

Linnell Mrs P E, r 601 n Poplar 

Linton J V, engineer Charlotte Gas Co, bds 307 n B 

Linton Mrs M F, r 307 n B 

Linton S E, mgr Charlotte Ga^ Works, r 307 n B 

Lipe W F, baggage master C, C & A R R; r 21 2 e Seventh 

Lipe Mrs Maggie, r 212 e Seventh 

Lipscomb Conrad F, elk Buford Hotel, r 

Little Julian H, elk M P Pegratn, r 504 e 

Little Miss Mollie, r 420 s Mint 

Little Henry C, farmer. Seversville 

Little Maria, r Seversville 

Little Wm P, trader, r Seversville 

Littlejohn Mrs M L, r 306 e Seventh 

Littlejohn L N, mdse broker 45 e Trade, 

Lock hart Mrs J E, r 300 w Vance 

Lockhart W M, r 209 s B 

Lockwood Harry, Jones & Lock wood, r 

Loesser Mrs W E, r 408 n Graham 



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Loesser W E, watchmaker Boyne & Badger, r 408 n Graham 

Logan J D, bkkeeper Long Bios, r 504 n B 

Long Bros, grocers, 208 e Trade 

Long D A, carpenter, r rear of 40S w Second 

Long D G, Long Bros, r 504 n B 

Long H C, elk C A Dixon & Co, r 12 w Fifth 

Long Mrs H C, r 12 w Fifth 

Long Miss Helen C, r 411 n Trvon 

Long J C, Long Bros, r 504 n Tryon 

Long Mrs J E, r 504 n B 

Long John P, Long Bros, r 308 n B 

Long Miss Lilly W, r 411 n Tryon 

Long Miss Loraine, r 411 n Tryon 

Long Mrs M E, r 308 n B 

Long Mrs Sallie }, r rear 408 w Second 

Long W L, Pharr & Long, r 515 n Church 

Long Mrs W L, r 515 n Church 

Lowder W D, wks J Hirshinger & Co, r 20S n Clrrkson 

Lowder Miss Louisia C, seamstress, r 208 n Clarkson 

Love Miss Delphy, cook, r 12 s Church 

Lucas Mrs H A, r 601 e Trade 

Lucas Miss M N, r 601 e Trade 

Lucas Miss A C, r 601 e Trade 






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-| contribute to the comfort of its guests. Terms: 

i J $2. to $2,50 per dav. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

CEORGE W. KITTELLE. Lessee and Prop'r. 



Lucas Miss H M, r e Trade 

Lumley Thomas, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 

Lumley Mrs Maggie, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 

Lyles Charles, elk Racket Store, r 216 w Fourth 

Lyles Mrs Mrs W M, r 301 e Sixth 

Lyles W M, traveling salesman, r 301 e Sixth 

Lyon Martin A, cashier Church & Lane, r Central Hotel 

MC Aden J H, druggist 7 n Tryon, president Mer & Farms 
Bank, r 606 n Tryon 
McAden Mrs J H, 606 n Tryon 
McAden Miss Mamie, r 18 s Tryon 
McAden Mrs RY, r 18 s Tryon 
McAllister C S, printer, r 215 w Second 
McAllister H B, r 603 w Seventh 
McAllister Mrs H B. r 603 w Seventh 
McAllister J H, r 215 w Second 
McAllister Mrs J H, r 215 w Second 
McCall Mrs A, r 315 w Seventh 

McCall Catherine, cook J M Miller, r 303 n Graham 
McCall CLL.r 609 n C 
MCall Durant, wks Victor Mills, Oates Row 
McCall J C, laborer, r 523 w Sixth 






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Facilities in furnishing Clothing. 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



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McCall J L, laborer, r 310 s Mint 

McCall Mrs Lou, r 310 s Mint 

McCall J Watt, carpenter, r 504 n A 

McCall Lee, farmer, n 609 n C 

McCall Mrs M E, r 504 n A 

McCall Mrs Martha, r 523 w Sixth 

McCall Miss Nancy A, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 523 w Sixth 

McCall Mrs Rebecca, r Oates Row 

McCarver J A, watchman R & D R R, 309 w Seventh 

McCarver John, carpenter, bds 205 w Trade 

McCarver Thomas, wks Elliot & Marsh, r 309 w Seventh 

McCausland A Earle, 202 s Tryon 

McCausland J N, stoves, tinware, tin and slate roofing, heaters 

and furnaces 209 s Tryon, r 202 s Tryon, up stairs 
McClintock Cicero, wks Carolina S and H Factory, r n Johnston 

nr C C R R 
McClure Madame Sue, r 41S e Second 
McComb J W, merchandise broker 39 e Trade, up stairs, r 406 w 

Filth 
McComb Mrs J W, r4o6 w Fifth 

McCombs Dr J P, physician 21 n Tryon, r Central Hotel 
McConnell John, carpenter, r 506 n Tryon 
McConnell J H, wks Elliott ci Marsh, r 214 e Seventh 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds op 
Elective Light Plants. 

McConnell [Or 504 n Tryon 

McConnell Mrs John, r 506 n Tryon 

McConnell Mrs Martha, 504 a Tryon 

McConnell Miss Lula, r 506 n Tryon 

McCorkle John, saloon 27 w Trade, r 401 n Poplar 

McCorkle Mrs Mary A. r 401 n Poplar 

McCorkle Mrs Nannie, seamstress, r 707 Ja s Graham 

McCorkle Thomas, carpenter, r 705 s Graham 

McCorkle W Davis, carpenter, r 707)3 s Graham 

McCorkle Mrs Magpie, seamstress, r 705 s Graham 

McCormack T 1, printer, r 213 e Seventh 

McCormack Mrs T J, r 213 e Seventh 

McCormack Miss Ethel, r 213 e Seventh 

McCoy J W, elk Hand & Bowles, r 626 s Church 

McCoy Mrs Tennie E, r 626 s Church 

McCoy Mrs Mary, r 317 s Mint 

McCoy M A, carpenter, r 317 s Mint 

McCracken Miss Cordelia, r 214 e Seventh 

McCracken Miss Lillian, r2i4 e Seventh 

McCracken Mrs Lula, r 219 n Trade 

McCracken Miss Mary, r 214 e Seventh 

McCracken Mrs Martha A, r 214 e Seventh 

McCracken R C, carriage builder, r 214 e Seventh 



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McCracken R E, printer, r 214 e Seventh 
McCracken R H, r 219 w Trade 
McCreedy Wm, wks R & D R R, r 202 s Cedar 
McCreedy Mrs Elizabeth Mary Ann, r 202 s Cedar 
McCreight J K, elk L J Walker & Co, r 18 s Church 



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McCullough E K, machinist Liddell Co, r 603 n D 

McCullough Mrs M C, r 903 n D 

McCullough Mrs R L, r 901 n Graham 

McCullough R L, engineer R & D R R, r 901 n Graham 

McCully G S, carpenter, r 5 1 1 w Sixth 

McCully HC, r 5 n w Sixth 

McCully John, wks Cotton Mills, r 51 1 vv Sixth 

McCully Miss Mary, wks Cotton Mills, r 51 1 w Sixih 

McCully Mrs Martha J, wks Cotton Mills, r 511 w Sixth 

McCully Miss Sallie, wks Cotton Mills, r 51 1 w Sixth 

McDonald E, commercial agt, r 907 s Tryon 

McDonald Mrs E, r 907 s Tryon 

McDonald May, wks Dixie Pants Co, r alley rear Hulord Hotel 

McDonald, Rosa, r 905 s Tryon 

McDonald Edward, miner, r 905 s Tryon 

McDonald Miss Susie, r 905 s Tryon 

McDowell F B, mayor Charlotte, r 700 e Trade 

McDowell Miss Maggie, r 700 e Trade 



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iij^ liui v^i\.i_y liUILL,, complete and comfortable houses in 

the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 

'ekms : $3. to $2.50 Per Day. Georee w. Kittelle, Lessee and Prop'r. 



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McDowell Mrs R R, r 700 e Trade 

McDuffy N J, Mgr Sineer mtg Co, r 11 s mint ' 

McFall J C, elk W H Wearn & Co, r 28 s Tryon 

McGee Mrs Annie, r 609 s Mint 

McGee J J, painter, r 609 s Mint 

McGinn Mrs Amelia, r 511 w Eighth 

McGinn, G H, McGinn & Co, r 511 w Eight 

McGinn G Ff & Co, grocery, 203 w Trade 

McGinn Mrs I Ff, r 18 s Church 

McGinn I H, elk Gilreath & Co, r 18 s Church 

MGinnis Charles D, elk, r 12 w Seventh 

McGinnis E D, grocer 315 n Tryon, r 503 n Graham 

McGinnis Mrs L C, r 503 n Graham 

McGinnis R C, confectioner 305 n Tryon, r 12 w Seventh 

McGinnis R H, elk E D McGinnis, r 503 n Graham 

McGinnis Mrs R C, r 12 w Seventh 

McGinnis W B, elk A E Rankin & Bro, r 503 n Graham 

McGowan P J. pedler, r 309 s B 

McGowan Mrs P J, r 309 s B 

McKamey Miss Laura, r 214 w Fourth 

McKamey Miss Sallie, r 317 s Mint 

McKamey Wm, elk Racket Store, r 214 w Fourth 

McKamey Mrs Wm, r 214 w Fourth 

209 S. tryon Street. 






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McKane Paul, shoemaker 31 n Tryon, r 613 e Seventh 

McKane Mrs Mary, r 613 e Seventh 

McKee Wm, r 507 n B 

McKenzie J M, r 803 s Tryon 

McKenzie, Miss Mag, 1-617 n B 

McKenzie Wm, grocer 910 n Tryon, r 617 n B 

McKenzie Mrs Wm, r6i7nB 

McKinney Enoch, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

McKinney Mrs Frances E, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row, 

McKinnon Ausy, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates Row 

McKinnon Mrs M J, r Oates Row 

McKnight F A, grocer 225 e Trade, r 1211 Cedar 

McKnight Mrs FA, r 12 n Cedar 

McLaughlin Charles, r 807 e Trade 

McLaughlin C M, r 300 s Mint 

McLaughlin James M, elk J B McLaughlin, r 302 e Sixth 

McLaughlin J B Jr, grocer and commission merchant 210 e 

Trade, r 302 e Sixth 
McLaughlin Joseph, cotton buyer, r 807 e Trade 
McLaughlin Mrs Joseph, r 807 e Trade 
McLaughlin Mrs M E, r 302 e Sixth 

McLaughlin P S, mail agent C C & A R R, r 300 s Mint 
McLaughlin Mrs P S, r 300 s Mint 

The D. A. Tompkins Company, Constructing and 



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Charlotte, N. C 



McLaurin Miss Nettie, bds 402 w Trade 

McLeod A W, gen secy Y M C A 206 s Tryon, r 307 s Tryon 

McLeod E A, carpenter, r 604 n Tryon 

McLeod Mrs E A, r 604 n Trvon 

McLeod M D L, clerk T L Seigle & Co, r 18 s Church 

McLellan R H wks Ada Mill, r' Greenville 

McLellan Mrs N A, r Greenville 

McManaway Rev A G, Pastor Baptist Church, r 405 n Tr\ on 

McManawa\ Mrs M J. 405 n Tryon 

McManaway J E, McManaway & Brown, r 405 n 

McManaway & Brown, grocers, 231 e Trade 

McManus Mrs Emmeline, r 500 n Smith 

McManus Geo W, carpenter, r 33 s College 

McManus Mrs Martha, r 33 s College 

McMillan J A, grocer 230 n Tryon, r 213 e Sixth 

McNeal M W, bds 507 n Pine 

McNeill C B, wks Carolina S and H Factory, r n Johnston 

McNelis C. policeman, r 601 s Tryon 

McNelis Mrs R, r 601 s Tryon 

McNinch F A, grocer, r 301 n Poplar 



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McNinch Mrs F A, r 301 n Poplar 

McNinch Miss Nettie, r 301 n Poplar 

McNinch Samuel, bkkeeper E B Springs, r 213 s Church 



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McNinch Mrs Samuel, r 213 s Church 

McRae Miss Beulnh, r 408 e Seventh 

McRae J L, patent agent, r 408 e Seventh 

McRae Mrs R J, r 408 e Seventh 

Maccabee Baz, wks Alpha Mills, r n B bey Twelfth 

Maddox I N, carpenter, r 206 w Second 

Maddox Mrs M C, r 206 vv Second 

Maddox R S. carpenter, r 206 w Second 

Maffitt Mrs W C, r 406 w Twelfth 

Magill J B, elk T R Magill, r 209 e Filth 

Magill T R, grocer and com mer 19 s College, r 209 e Fifth 

Magill Mrs T R, r 209 e Filth 

Malona James, special agt Standard Oil Co, warehouse n end 

n Johnson on C C R R, r 721 n College 
Malona Mrs James, r 721 n College 
Mallory W S, sec Alpha Cotton Mills, r 214 n C 
Mallory Mrs W S, r 214 n C 

Manies James T, salesman Singer Mfg Co, r 313 w Seventh 
Manies Mrs James T, r 313 w Seventh 
Manning E J, r 513 s E 
Manning James, grocer 515 s E, r 513 s E 
Manning John J, wks Liddell Co, r 513 s E 
Manniny Mrs Marv A, r 513 s E 

UV DTTTnUTl UnTTT *s regarded as one of the best South— Its rooms 
B. Ll DUl\li\U LlVlLiLi -^ especially are commended for the ex- 

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Manning William, wks Liddell Co, r 513 s E 
Manns Miss Ada S, r 305 n Smith 
Manns Mrs Melinda, r 305 n Smith 
Manns Robert, butcher, r 305 n Smith 
Margolius & Co, mfrs and dealers in baggin<„ 

n R & D frt depot 
Margolius R, Margolius et Co, r 402 n Tryon 
Margolius Mrs S, r 402 n Tryon 
Markey F L, traveling salesman, r 402 n Poplar 
Marse J S, cotton buyer, r 400 w Fifth 
Marse Mrs J S, r 400 w Fifth 
Marsh Miss Annie M. r 313 e Seventh 
Marsh Henry F, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 313 e Seventh 
Marsh J C, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 313 e Seventh 
Marsh J H, Elliott & Marsh, r 313 e Seventh 
Marsh Mrs S R, r 313 e Seventh 
Marshall Miss Ann A, r 704 n C 
Marshall Mrs Margaret I, r 704 n C 
Marshall Miss Mary M, r 704 n C 
Marshall Mrs Susan C, r 704 n C 

Martin Edward L, cigar manufacturer 33 s Tryon, r 301 w Tenth 
Martin Lawrence, carpenter, r 727 s Mint 
Martin M. machinist Liddell Co. r 301 w Tenth 









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Martin Mrs M, r 301 w Tenth 

Martin Miss Sarah, re side n Tryon hey C C R R 

Martin W D, r Central Hotel 

Martin Mrs W D, r Central Hotel 

Mason Mrs Alice, 1-416 n Church 

Mason Miss Blanche, r 416 n Church 

Mason C A, elk H Baruch, r 416 n Church 

Mason Mrs Mary, r s Tryon nr Fair grounds 

Mason Mrs Mary, r 505 w Sixth 

Mason Miss Mary Jane, vvks Cotton mills, r 505 w Sixth 

Mason Miss Minnie M, wks Cotton mills, r 505 w Sixth 

Mason Miss Nora V, vvks Cotton mills, r 505 w Sixth 

Maulden G W, bds 507 w Sixth 

Maxwell D G, Justice of the Peace and U S Com'r, 30 w Trade 

r 408 n Graham 
Maxwell Mrs D G, r 408 n Graham 
Maxwell Guy, r 408 n Graham 
Maxwell Miss Maggie, r 408 n Graham 
Maxwell Miss M C, r 410 n Graham 
Maxwell Mrs N A, r 410 n Graham 
Maxwell Wm, r 410 n Graham 

Maxwell Wm jr, conductor C, C & A R R. r 408 n Graham 
Maxwell W C (lawyer), Osborne & Maxwell, r 700 n College 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & J 'ailc 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Maxwell Mrs W C, r 700 n College 

Mayer & Ross, wholesale grocers, 47 e Trade 

Mayer M C, Mayer & Ross, r 302 n College 

Mead Miss Mary, r 304 w Seventh 

Mebane Alfred, engineer R & D R R, bds 901 n Graham 

Mebane Rufus, fireman R & D R R, bds 901 n Graham 

Mechanics' Perpetual Building & Loan Association, S. Witt- 
kowsky pres ; Wm Johnston vice pres ; R E Cochrane, sec 
and treas ; T R Robertson, attorney. Directors meet first 
Friday in each month at 7:30 p m. Time for payment of dues 
by shareholders every Saturday evening from 5 to 8 p m. 
Office 32 s Tryon 

Me' klenburg Iron Works, John Wilkes Manager 510-12 w 
Trade 

Meisenheimer C A, physician and surgeon 9 s Tryon, r 319 w 
Fifth 

Misenheimer Mrs C A, r 319 w Fifth 

Miseheimer Lawson A, grocer 319-21 n Tryon, r 414 n Church 

Mellon Edward W, elk Kaufman & Co, r Central Hotel 

Mensing H C, tailor 6 w Trade, r 506 e Eleventh 

Mensing Mrs H C, r 506 e Eleventh 

Mercer C O, r 312 e Seventh 

Mercer Mrs C O, r 312 e Seventh 



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Merritt Henderson, wks C C Mfg Co, r 19 vv Fourth 

Merritt Mrs M L, r 209 n B 

Merritt Wm R, wks C C Mfg Co, r 209 n B 

Messer George, blacksmith, r Seversville 

Messer Mrs Orie, r Seversville 

Meyer A, traveling salesman, S Wittkowsky, r 233 n Tryon 

Millen Mrs A J. r 303 n Graham 

Millen f M, roller coverer, r 303 n Graham 

Millen John, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates Row 

Miller Rev A W, D D, Pastor 1st Presbyterian Church r 214 w 

Trade 
Miller Mrs A W, r 214 w Trade . 

Miller J W, commission merchant 303 e Trade, r 507 s Tryon 
Miller Mrs J W, 507 s Tryon 
Miller John W & Co, commission merchants, 301-303-305 e 

Trade 
Miller R M Jr, Sec & Treas the D A Tompkins Co, r Buford 

House 
Miller R M Sr, Pres D A Tompkins Co, r 324 n Tryon 
Miller Miss Sarah, r 214 w Trade 
Miller W H, Life Insurance Co of Virginia 217 n Tryon, r 206 

n Church 

THE BUFORD HOTEL * s essentially adapted to the requirements 6f 
' traveling commercial men, whose patronage is 

m„ „ *o * j>o -n j earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Te rms: $2. to $2.50 per day. GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

Miller Mrs W H, r 206 n Church 

Millersham Fred, r 19 n Poplar 

Millersham George, mattress maker E M Andrews, r country 

Millersham John C, mattress manufacturer, rear 319 n Tryon, r 

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Milling Alexander, r 406 e Third 
Milling Mrs Eliza, r 406 e Third 
Mills Mrs Alice, r 204 s Church 

M inter J B, baggage master R & D R R, r 6 w Trade 
Misenheimer J F, engineer C C R R, r 905 n Tryon 
Misenheimer Mrs J F, r 905 n Tryon 
Moles Mrs Sallie, r 900 n Tryon 

Monroe Miss Beulah, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Monroe Mrs Sarah C, r Victor Row 
Monroe W P, baggage master C C R R, r 208 s Tryon 
Monteith Mrs Martha, r 309 s Mint (jail) 
Monteith Nathaniel, book agent, r 309 s Mint (jail) 
Montgomery Ed, wks R &DRR, bds 315 w Seventh 
Montgomery Robert, wks P E Linnell, r 601 n Poplar 
Montgomery Robert H, r 601 n Poplar 

Montgomery W A, carpenter R ec D R R, r 415 n Graham 
Montgomery Mrs W A, r4i5 n Graham 
Montrose Wm, janitor courthouse, r 215 w Second 

For Churches and other 
r) a CCS Specialty. J. N. McCausland. 209 S. Tryon St 



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Insurance and Real restate Argent, 
32 S. Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

Osborne & Maxwell 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 

1 and 3 LAW BUILDING 

10 N. Church Street, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

M. P. PEGRAM, JR. 

THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE 



Hatter and Men's Furnisher 

I N THE CITY 

36 SOXJTH TXe^OIST STEEET 

W. H. Wearn & Co. 

DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS 

N. W. COR. TRADE AND TRYON STREETS, CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

OFFER TO THE PUBLIC 

SELECT DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS, OF ASSAYED MEDICINAL 

VALUE. POPULAR PERFUMES, TOILET POWDERS AND SOAPS. A SELECT 

LINE OF HAIR, TOOTH, CLOTHES, SHOE AND PAINT BRUSHES 

ALSO, READY-MIXED PAINTS, COLORS IN OIL, VARNISHES, ALABASTINE, ETC. 

Prescription 'Work a Specialty. 

THE OLD CHARLOTTE HOTEL 
28 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 

The best place in the City for FARMERS, MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. Plenty of room for all. 

Table unexcelled. Clean beds a specialty. Several rooms handsomely furnished. The best 

place in the state to get the worth of your money. 

RATES ONE DOLLAR PER DAY SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS 

W. J. MOORE, Proprietor. 



ROSS & ADAMS 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Booksellers * and # Stationers 

LOWEST PRICES GU ARANTEED 

22 S. Tryon St., next to First National Bank, Cliarlotte, N. C 

Priarr & Long 



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Hatters*and*Gents'« Furnishers 

42 South Tryon Street, opp. Buford Hotel 



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Proprietor. 

P. O. Address Box 334 Charlotte, N. C. 



R, T, BECK & GO. 



Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
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Moody Mr, car inspector, r 806 w Trade 

Moody Mrs S F, dressmaker, r 415 e First 

Moore Mrs Annie, r 408 w Second 

Moore Charles R, elk Gilreath & Co, r 310 n Try on 

Moore Miss Hattie, r 311 n Church 

Moore J C, r 310 n Tryon 

Moore John C, carpenter, r 502 n Smith 

Moore Mrs Katy, seamstress, r 408 w Second 

Moore Mrs Mary J, 310 n Tryon 

Moore Richard, stoves, hardware, etc, 32 e Trade, r 3 1 5 w Tenth 

Moore Mrs R, r 315 w Tenth 

Moore Robert, r 310 n Tryon 

Moore William, compositor Charlotte Democrat, r 310 n Tryon 

Mooring Miss Ella L, r 913 n Tryon 

Mooring Mrs M E A, r 913 n Tryon 



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Morehead. Mrs Jno L, r 717 s Tryon 
Morehead. Jno M clerk Commercial Natl Bank, 



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Morgan Mrs M A, r 209 vv Third 
Morris G J, policeman, r 216 n Myers 



The D. A. Tompkins Company Control II 'csiinglwtise 
Engines in (he SojitJi. 

Morris John P, elk Johnston Bros, r 28 e Trade (up stairs) 

Morris Mrs M J, r 216 n Myers 

Morris W D, street car driver, r 216 n Myers 

Morrison Miss H A, r 505 n A 

Morrison John, elk Brown, Weddington & Co, r 40S n 

College 
Morrison Mark, paper hanger, r 215 w Second 
Morrow Miss Annie Lorena, r 507 n College 
Morrow Benjamin, r 223 e Trade 
Morrow Frederick, r 223 e Trade 
Morrow H C, cotton buyer 39 e Trade, r 210 s Myers 
Morrow J M, elk Superior Court, r 507 n College 
Morrow John, elk Field Bros, r 223 e Trade 
Morrow Mrs M J, r 210 s Myers 
Morse R H & Son, marble dealers 210 s Tryon 
Morse R H, R H Morse & Son, r 620 s Church 
Morse Mrs M A, r 620 s Church 
Morse W M, R H Morse & Son, 1-620 s Church 
Morton L C, r 512 e Eleventh 
Morton Mrs Irene, r 512 e Eleventh 
Mosby Mrs Sarah, r 900 n Tryon 
Moseley Mrs Charles, r 15 w Seventh 



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Mosteller J F, butcher 213 e Trade, r e Trade bey limits 

Mowbiay F A, commercial traveler, r 508 n Tryon 

Mowbray Mrs F A, r 508 n Tryon 

Mowbrav Miss Hattie. r 508 n Tryon 

Moyer & Co, shoe dealers, 36 e Trade 

Moyer J, Mover & Co, r 233 s Tryon 

Mover Mrs M C, r 302 n College 

Moyle Mrs Annie P, r 805 n D 

Moyle Mrs Annie, r 510 e Eleventh 

Moyle Geo, painter, r 510 e Eleventh 

Moyle Matthew, miner, r 805 n D 

Moyle Miss Ruby, r 805 n D 

Mulkey Mrs Mary, r 19 n Poplar 

Mullen W N, grocer 410 s Church, r 408 s Church 

Mullen Mrs A^B, r 408 s Church 

Mullis Mrs Elizabeth, r Greenville 

Mullis Jesse J, carpenter, r 610 w Eighth 

Mullis Miss Mary, r Greenville 

Mullis Mrs V R, r 610 w Eighth 

Munroe J G, painter, bds 205 w Trade 

Munson Jesse, flagman C C & A R R, r 209 w Fourth 

Munson Mrs Nannie, r 209 w Fourth 

TUF RTTFnPn TTflTFT l9 Personally conducted \Sy the undersigned 
Li Li DIM \jl\U nUlijIVi Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 
of leading and well known Southern and Northern ATT IDT AT^PP M (* 
Resort Hotels. GEORGE W. KITTELLE, ttfliillijul liViW.W. 

Mutual Building & Loan Association, fno L Brown, president ; 
J G Shannonhouse, vice president ; A G Brenizer, sec and 
treas ; A Burwell, attorney. Directors meet first Tuesday in 
each month at Commercial National Bank, cor s Tryon and e 
Fourth, at 5 p m. Payment of dues by shareholders every 
Saturday evening from 6 p m to 8 p m. 

Munzler Frederick C, traveling salesman, r 3 s East Boundary nr 
Trade 

Munzler Mrs F C, r 3 s East Boundary nr Trade 

Munzler Margaret, r 900 e Trade 

Munzler Martin, gardener, r 900 e Trade 

Murphy Dennis, bds 205 w Trade 

Murphy Ed, elk G S Read & Co, r 410 n College 

Murphy Harry, elk Burwell & Dunn, r 410 n College 

Murphy John W, moulder, r 410 n College 

Murphy M, machinist, r4io n College 

Murphy Mrs M, r 410 n College 

Murphy Miss Mamie, 410 n College 

Murphy Melvin, bkkeeper Liddell Co, r 410 n College 

Murphy Miss Nina, r 410 n College 

Murray Miss Grace, r 900 n Tryon 

Murray Wm R, baggage master C C R"R, r 907 n Tryon 

Murray Mrs Wm R, r 907 n Tryon 



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NOVEL and DESIRABLE FITRNISH- 
IN'f; WEAR ol EVERY CHARACTER. 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



Muse Miss Lizzie, wks Cotton mills, r 501 w Sixth 

Myers Mrs Amelia r 216 e Seventh 

Myers Baxter S. commission merchant 17 s College, r 504 e Trade 

Myers Miss Effie, r 715 s Mint 

Myers Miss Emma, r 506 n A 

Myers Frank C, collector R&DRR, r 608s Tryon 

Mvers Jacob, carpenter, r 216 e Seventh 

Myers J S, farmer r 806 e Trade 

Myers Mrs J S, r 806 e Trade 

Myers Joe P, elk R & D R R, r 409 n College 

Myers Mrs Joe P, r 409 n College 

Myers Mrs Maggie, r6o8 s Tryon 

Myers R A, route agent R & D R R, r 507 11 Church 

Myers Mrs R A, r 5,07 n Church 

Myers R B, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 506 n A 

Myers Mrs R B. r 506 n A 

Myers S H, r 803 n Tryon 

Myers Mrs S H, r 803 n Tryon 

Myers W R, r 806 e Trade 

Myers Mrs W P, r 504 e Trade 

Myers W P, traveling salesman, r 504 e Trade 

Myers W R jr, mail agent, r =104 e Trade 

Myers Wm R, pies A T & Q~R R, r 806 e Trade 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westing hottse 

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Nash Mrs Bettie, r 403 n Church 

Nash Capt Fred, city clerk and treasurer and insurance agent, 
301 n Tryon (City Hall), r 403 n Church 

Nates Mrs Elizabeth, r Greenuille 

Nathan Henry M, clothier 10 s College, r 306 n College 

Nathan Mrs Henry M, r 306 n College 

Nazerenus Miss Laura, r 501 n B 

Neal & Henderson, cotton factors, 40 e Trade 

Neal F S, Neal and Henderson, r Salisbury road 5 miles n Char- 
lotte 

Neal W K, elk Long Bros, r 308 n B . 

Neatherry Edward M G, tally clerk So Ex Co, r 510 e Ninth 

Neatherry Mrs Helen R, r 510 e Ninth 

Neatherry J K P. printer, r 510 e Ninth 

Neeson Thos J, Supt Charlotte Knitting Mills, r 216 w Fourth 

Neisler Columbus, wks Liddell Co, r 11 s B 

Neisler Mrs C M, rn.sB 

Neisler Cora L, r 1 1 s B 

Neisler |ohn H, wks W E Shaw, r nsB 

Neisler Mrs M C, r 401 n Graham 

Neisler W H, bds 205 w Trade 

Neisler S J, master mechanic R & D R R, r 401 n Graham 

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Nelson C T, carriage maker, r 205 e Trade, up stairs 

Nerwis Otto, stationer, r 219 n Tryon 

Newcomb Geo, r 318 w Ninth 

Newcomb Geo H, elk E M Andrews, r 320 w Ninth 

Newcomb Mrs Augusta, Mrs S & G Newcomb r 320 w 

Newcomb Mrs Jane P, r 320 w Ninth 

Newcomb John H, r 320 w Ninth 

Newcomb Mrs Sue, Mrs S & G Newcomb, r 318 vv Ninth 

Newcomb Mrs S & G, millinery, 24 w Trade 

Newell S B, elk Racket Store, r 311 w Seventh 

Newell S P, elk Racket Store, r 208 s Tryon 

Newton Miss Sallie, r 60S s Johnston, Butt's Alley 

Nichols Burgess, furniture 17 w Trade, r Central Hotel 

Nicholson Edward, moulder, M I Wks, r 312 s Mint 

Nicholson J G, moulder, M I Wks, r 312 s Mint 

Nicholson Mrs M, r3i2s Mint 

Nisbet Mrs A R, r 504 n Graham 

Nisbet Miss S A, r 415 n Church 

Nisbet William B, r 415 n Church 

Nolen John W, pattern maker M I Wks, r 41 1 n Smith 

Nolen Mrs John W, r 411 n Smith 

Noles J C, wks Eiddell Co, r 204 s Myers 

Noles Mrs M J, r 204 s Mvers 



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GEORCE W. KITTELLE. Lessee and Prop'r. 

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Noles W P, shoemaker Paul McKane, r Rozzell's Ferry road 

Norman Miss Minnie W. r 910 s Tryon 

Norment G W, barkeeper r 202 s Church 

Norment Mrs G W, r 202 s Church 

Norris John, carpenter, r 215 n Myers 

Norris Mrs Jane, r 215 n Myers 

NortheyJ D, grocer, 712 s Church, r 714 s Church 

Northey James, telephone exchange, r 714 s Church 

NortheyJ H, barkeeperC C West, r 718 s Church 

Northey Mrs J H, r 718 s Church 

Northey James H, shipping elk Sanders & Orr, rue Stonewall 

Northey Mrs Mary, r 634 s Church 

OATES BROS, cotton buyers, 201 e Trade 
Oates D W, treas Charlotte Cotton Mills, sec Victor Mill, 
r 404 w Trade 
Oates Mrs D W, r 404 w Trade 
Oates Mrs Ella B, r 501 n Tryon 
Oates John E, cotton merchant, r 405 s Tryon 
Oates Mrs John E. r 405 s Tryon 
Oates J M, Oates Bros, r 712 s Tryon 
Oates Miss I. alia R, r 501 n Tryon 
Oates Miss Pegram, r 404 w Trade 

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Oates Col R M, pres First Nat Hank, r 501 n Tryon 

Oates R M jr, a 404 w Trade 

O'Connor Catherine, r 33 s College 

O'Connor Jas A, tailor, r 33 s College 

O'Connor J, printer, r 9 n Poplar 

O'Donoghue D, physician and surgeon 20 e Trade, r 400 e 

Trade 
O'Donoghue Mrs D, r 400 e Trade 
Oliver Oil Co, Thos M Belk, mgr, 605-7 w Ninth 
Oliver Fred, mgr So Cotton Oil Co, r 408 s Tryon 
Oliver Mrs Fred, r 408 s Tryon 
Oliver Mrs Isabella, r 809 n C 

Orders John Y, grocer and carpenter 610 e Ninth, r 612 e Ninth 
Orders Mrs Laura I, r 612 e Ninth 
Orr A C, engineer R&DRR, r 212 w Second 
Orr Miss Annie, r 310 s Poplar 
Orr Miss Fannie, r 505 e Trade 
Orr H H, Sanders & Orr, r 13 w Seventh 
Orr Mrs H H, r 13 vv Seventh 
Orr John F, teller First Nat Bank, r 506 e Trade 
Orr Mrs John F, r 506 e Trade 
Orr John W, wks C C Mfg Co, r 207 vv Fourth 
Orr Joseph, policeman, r 310 s Poplar 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Orr Mrs Irene, r 212 vv Second 

Orr Miss Laura, r 505 e Trade 

Orr Mrs Lizzie, r 207 vv Fourth 

Orr Miss Maggie, r 310 s Poplar 

Orr Mrs Margaret, r 310 s Poplar 

Orr Dr M M, 505 e Trade 

Orr Wm, yardmaster R cc & R R, bds 901 n Graham 

Osborne Mrs E A, r 307 n Graham 

Osborne Rev E A, supt Thompson Orphanage, r 307 

Osborne E K P, lawyer, room 4 Law Building, pres 

way Co, r 311 n Graham 
Osborne Mrs Elizabeth, r Victor Row 
Osborne F I, Osborne & Maxwell, solicitor superior court 

vv Trade 
Osborne Mrs F I, r 500 w Trade 
Osborne L F, r 26 vv Trade 
Osborne Mrs M A, rsoo vv Trade 
Osborne Miss Mamie L, r 307 n Graham 
Osborne Mrs M J, r 311 n Graham 
Osborne Mrs P A, r 401 n Pine 

Osborne Peter A, harness maker 10 e Trade, i'40i n Pine 
Osborne R Duncan, r 307 n Graham 
Osborne Wm, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 



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NITURE for Parlor and Library, Furniture 
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Osborne & Maxwell, lawyers, rooms i and 3 Law Building n 

Church 
Ott V G, r Central Hotel 

Overbaugh E W, night elk Central Hotel, r Central Hotel 
Overcash Miss Catherine, r 314 w Eighth 
Overcash E H, carpenter, r Greenville 
Overcash E O, r 314 w Eighth 
Overcash J Bryan, elk H Baruch, ^14. w Eighth 
Overcash John H, elk H Baruch, 314 w Eighth 
Overcash Mrs M S, r 314 w Eighth 
Overcash Mrs S D, r 508 n Pine, 
Overcash Mrs SJ, r Greenville 
Overcash Mrs Sue, 314 w Eight 
Overcash W J A, elk O W Badger, r 50S n Pine 
Overman C A, r Central Hotel 
Overman Mrs C A, r Central Hotel 
Owens J L, painter, r 300 e Seventh 
Owens Mrs L M, r 300 e Seventh 
Oxenham Mrs Sarah A, r 506 w Hill 
Oxenham Thomas H, shoemaker, r 506 w Hill 
Oxenham Wm H, plumber, r 506 w Hill 
Oxenham W H, grocer 508 w Hill, r 506 w Hill 
Ozn _ ent John J. caninet maker 234 e Trade, r 620 e Eighth 



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CHARLOTTE, N. C. Conrad Lipscomb, Chief Clerk, 
■ long- connected with the Hotels of Charlotte, gives 
_ __!_ greeting- to his friends, and invites them one and all 
uaranteeing- them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 



Ozment Mrs J J, r 620 e Eighth 

Ozment Mrs M E, r 604 e Tenth 

Ozment R A. harness maker, r 9 n Poplar 

Ozment Mrs S E, r 9 n Poplar 

Ozment W S, car inspector C C R R, r 604 e Tenth 



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PACE GUS, bds 213 n Graham 
Pace Henry, grocer, r 400 e Twelfth 
Pace Miss Lizzie, wks C C Mfg Co, r 14 e Stonewall 
Pace Miss Lizzie, r 613 w Eighth 
Pace Mrs Nancy, r 400 e Twelfth 
Page George A, carriagemaker, r Seversville 
Page Mary, r Seversville 
Pagenstecher Miss Bettie. 1917 n Try on 
Palmer James D, r 819 s Tryon 
Palmer Mrs Mary C, r S19 s Tryon 
Palmer Percy, r Srg s Tryon 
Parnella G A, truits and confectionery 12 e Trade, r Charlotte 

Hotel 
Pardue Louis A, r 404 n Graham 
Pardue Mrs S. r 404 n Graham 

Paris Rev Z, pastor Charlotte Circuit, r Cedar Grove (Beattie's 
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Paris Mrs Lula, r Cedar Grove (Beattie's Ford Road) 

Parker Miss Candis, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 

Parker Miss Clementine, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 

Parker John, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 

Parker Joseph, wks Victor mills, r Victor row 

Parker [ S, agt Empire Drill Co, r Buford Hotel 

Parker Mrs Mary, r w side s Tryon nr Fair Grounds 

Parker Mrs Mary J, r Victor Row 

Parker Solomon, wks Victor Mills, bds Oates' Row 

Parkinson E M, wks D A Tompkins Co, r 15 s B 

Parkinson Mrs E M, r 15 s B 

Parks Mrs Ann C, r 603 n Tryon 

Parks Miss Cynthia, r 215 w Fourth 

Parks Rev G D, r 713 n Church 

Parks Miss Katie, r 713 n Church 

Parks Mrs M M, r 713 n Church 

Parks Miss Nancy, r 713 n Church 

Parnell Charles, fireman R & D R R, bds 515 w Seventh 

Parnell J E, engineer R & D R R, r 503 n Smith 

Parnell Mrs J E, r 503 n Smith 

Parish Madison, wks Carolina S and H Factory, r n Johnston 

Parish Mrs Mary, r n Johnston 

Patton B C, fireman R & R R R, r 301 n Myers 

The D. A. 1 ' ompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

Patton Benj. r Swinson House 

Patton Mrs Fanny, r 301 n Myers 

Patton J M, wks J Ozment 234 e Trade 

Patton J M, jr, compositor, r 620 e Eighth 

Patterson L N, tailor, r 418 s Church 

Patterson Mrs M E, r 418 s Church 

Pear Elizabeth, r 501 w Sixth 

Pear R M, wks Cotton Mills, r 501 w Sixth 

Pear Vance, wks Cotton Mills, r 501 w Sixth 

Pegram Miss Bessie, r 804 s Tryon 

Pegram Mrs Daisy S, r 223 n Tryon 

Pegram Mrs M E, r 804 s Tryon 

Pegram M P, cashier First Nat Bank, 

Pegram Miles P jr, gents' furnishing 36 s Tryon, r 

Pegram W M, grocer 6 n Tryon, r 808 s Tryon 

Pegram Mrs W M, r 808 s Tryon 

Pemberton Mrs Ellen, rc;03 n Tryon 

Pemberton J D, carpenter, r 903 n Tryon 

Pence Mrs Alice, r 19 n Poplar 

Pence Hugh, blacksmith, r 19 n Poplar 

Pence Mrs Mariana r 19 n Poplar 

Penick Mrs E B, matron Presbyterian Home, r 303 e Ninth 



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People's Building and Loan Association, E K P Osborne, presi- 
• dent; J H VanNess, vice-president; R J Sifford, secretary and 

S treasury; Heriot Clarkson, attorney. Meeting of directors 

f_ g first Monday of each month at 8 p m. Payments of dues by 

shareholders every Monday from X a m to 8 p m. Office 211 
w Trade 
Perkins Jesse, car inspector, bds 806 w Trade 
Perkinson J W, r 18 e Morehead 
Perry Mrs Caroline, r 409 e Seventh 
Perry S J, traveling salesman, r 305 e Fifdi 
Perry Mrs S J, r 305 e Fifth 
Pervance Miss Jane, r404 e Fifth 
Pettus C G, painter, row Fifth 
Pettus Mrs Cornelia, r 511 n Pine 
Pettus Samuel, painter, r 511 n Pine 
Pettus J F, tradesman, r 6 w Fifth 
Ptttus J D, engineer R & D R R, r 704 w Trade 
Pettus Mrs J D, r 704 w Trade 
Pettus Mrs M E, 6 w Fifth 
Pettus T J, fireman R & D R R, r 6 w Fifth 
Pettus Miss Violet E, dressmaker, r 6 w Filth 
Pharr & Long, clothiers, 42 s Tryon 
Pharr Mrs E J, r 504 n Tryon 



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Pharr Miss Elva H, r 407 vv Ninth 

Pharr Mrs E S, r 407 w Ninth 

Pharr H N, law student, r 407 w Ninth 

Pharr Miss Ida M, r 407 w Ninth 

Pharr Jas W, traveling salesman, r 407 w Ninth 

Pharr John R, Pharr & Long, r 407 w Ninth 

Pharr R L, r 504 n Tryon 

Phelan Miss Annie, r 514 e Seventh 

Phelan John, grocer 707 e Sixth, r 709 e Sixth 

Phelan Mrs John, r 709 e Sixth 

Phelan Mrs P H, r 805 s Tryon 

Phelan P H, elk Mayer & Ross, r 805 s Tryon 

Phelan T R, elk W B Kidd, bds 514 e Seventh 

Phifer Miss Cordelia W, r 712 n College 

Phifer E W, R R man, r 712 n College 

Phifer Geo M, express messenger, r 712 n College 

Phifer Mrs J D, r 507 e Fourth 

Phifer Miss Maggie, dressmaker, r 507 e Fourth 

Phifer W W, truck farmer, r 712 n College 

Phifer W M, wks roundhouse R & D R R, r 315 w Seventli 

Phillips Wm, wks C C Mfg Co, r 209 n B 

Phillips J S, merchant tailor 36 s Tryon, r 211 e Sixth 

Phillips Miss Sahie, r 211 e Sixth 



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Rooms. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. ^ 

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Agent for the Sale of Mineral 
Properties in the South 

Mines Examined # Reported Upon 

Miy Warren's long experience and extensive acquaint- 
ance with mining matters render his services valuable alike 
to investors in mining properties and to owners of mineral 
lands, wishing to develop or sell same. 

Correspondence solicited from parties wanting informa- 
tion concerning mineral properties in this section. 

Address S. J. WARREN, 

Charlotte, N. C. 



THE DAILY NEWS 

C harlotte's Favorite and Most Popular Paper 

ISSUED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY 

WADE H. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor 

Three Months $i.oo. One Year S4.00. Advertising Rates Cheap 

The News is live and progressive and keeps its readers posted in Local, State and Foreign 

News. It has the largest city circulation of any paper ever published in Charlotte, and is the 

best city advertising medium in Charlotte, 

Full Telegraphic Market Reports Every Day 

Address WADE H, HARRIS. Editor and Proprietor 

CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE 

H. A. DEAL. D fP\, C ,J9F^v!^ ident »l ROBT. HAYDN, 

„ , ' Board op Directors — < J. L. CHAMBERb, ., 

Sec y and Treas. (^- B McDOWELL. Manager. 

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Its market reports are the latest and freshest. Its local reports are accurate, bright, graphic artd com- 
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Washington and Atlanta on the Piedmont Air Line. 

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Terms of thr Weekly Chronicle, eight pages, published semi-weekly, $1.50. 

No subscription entered on the bonks without the money accompanies the order. 

THE CHARLOTTE CHRONICLE PUB. CO., Robert Hayden, Manager. 

JOB PRINTING : If you want Fine Job Work give the Chronicle a call. The Chronicle has secured 
the services of an artistic job printer, who has been foreman for ten years of one of the very finest job 
printing establishments in trie East. The beauty and style of The Chronicle as a newspaper, and the beauty 
and style of its set advertisements, are due to the taste and skill of an expert foreman. 

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Weekly Newspaper » 
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36 YEARS OLD STRONG & CHRISTIAN, 

-^Xg^ Editors and Proprietors. 

CIRCULATES IN NINETY-SIX (96) COUNTIES OF THIS STATE AND IN THIRTEEN (13) STATES 
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Phillips Mrs J S, r 211 e Sixth 

Phillips Miss Josephine, r 707 11 D 

Phillips Mary, r 408 s C 

Phillips Mrs Henrietta, r 511 n Church 

Phillips Mrs E r iith, seamstress, r 707 s Graham 

Phillips B F, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Phillips Mrs H C, r Victor Row 

Piedmont Wagon Co, J M Alexander, Mgr, 51 s College 

Pierce Mary, wks Dixie Pants Co, r cor s B and Hill 

Pigford E B, elk H Baruch, r 214 n Clarkson 

Pigford Mrs H S, r 214 n Clarkson 

Pigford S I, elk, r 214 n Clarkson 

Piper Miss Ada, r 415 w Fourth 

Pioer Alex, carpenter, r 415 w Fourth 

Piper Mrs Ella C, r Dodge House 28 s Tiyon 

Piper Mrs Fanny, r 415 w Fourth 

Pitcher G W, supt St Catherine Gold Mine, 1921 s B (school 

grounds) 
Pitcher Mrs Jennie, r .921 s B 
Pitts Willie, carpenter, r 209 n Graham 
Pitts Wm, carpenter, r 315 w Seventh 
Plummer F C, miner, r e side n Tryon bey C C R R 
Plummer Mrs F E, r 304 w Seventh 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 

Plummer J A, r 304 w Seventh 

Plummer James M, meat and fish market 8 e Trade, r 304 w 

Seventh 
Plummer Mrs L A, r e side n Tryon bey C C R R 
Plummer Miss M A, r e side n Tryon bey C C R R 
Plummer R A, sr, miner, r e side n Tryon bey C C R R 
Plummer R A, jr, miner, r e s de n Tryon bey C C R R 
Polk Mrs Elizabeth, rSns Church 
Pool Clarence K, r 227 n Tryon 
Pool E I, lawyer 25 w Trade, r 227 n Tryon 
Pool Rev Solomon, pastor Tryon St M E Church, r 227 n Tryon 
Pool S Clifton, r 227 n Tryon 
Pool Mrs Solomon, r 227 n Tryon 
Pool Warren D, bds 227 n Tryon 
Pope Wm, elk E B Springs, bds 213 e Seventh 
Pope Robert, elk Young & Rhvne, bds 213 c Seventh 
Porter A A, elk Schiff & Co, r'408 w Fifth 
Porter Mrs A A, r 408 w Fifth 
Porter Mrs Annie, r Cedar Grove (Beatties Ford Road), Se- 

versville 
Porter R Julius, r 300 n Poplar 
Porter James, guard at stockade, r Cedar Grove (Beatties Ford 

Road) 1 

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in his line, for he carries the LARGEST STOCK and 
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Portner Brewing Co, C Valer.agent7 e Fifth 

Poundin Dr P C, Veterinary Surgeon, r 12 w Seventh 

Powell B F, elk Racket Store, r 405 n Graham 

Powell Mrs B F, r 405 n Graham 

Powell J B. elk Racket Store, r 05 n Graham 

Powell P S, machinist Liddell & Co, r 900 n Graham 

Powell Mrs P S, r 900 n Graham 

Powell T L, elk D M Rigler, r 405 n Graham 

Powell W H, elk T L Seigle & Co, r 405 n Graham 

Powers Miss Araa da, dressmaker, r s A nr Graded School 

Powers Mrs Lizzie, seamstress, r S e Morehead 

Powers Mrs Laura, dressmaker, r s A nr Graded School 

Prather W N, bakery and confectionery 216 e Trade, r 917 

Tryon 
Prather Mrs W N, r 917 n Tryon 
Presson B M, jr, machinist M I Wks, r 405 n B 
Presson Mrs B M, r 405 n B 
Presson B M, sanitary inspector, r 405 n B 
Presson Mrs Sam L, r 712 n B 
Price Mrs Helen, r 410 n College 
Price John S, travelling salesman, r 60S s Tryon 
Price Mrs Jennie H, r 608 s Tryon 



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[TinT Is noted for the excellence of all that tends to 

-| contribute to the comfort of itsguests. Terms: 

J J $2. to $2,50 per day. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W- K ITTELLE, Lessee and PropY. 

Pritchard Mrs A E, r 704 e Trade 

Pritchard T W, conductor C C & A R R, bds 408 n Graham 

Pritchett C S, painter, r 800 n Graham 

Pritchett Mrs C S, r 800 n Graham 

Pritchett Mrs M R, r 707 n C 

Pruitt Mrs Elizabeth, nurse, r 8 Middle st, bet Tryon and 

Church 
Pruitt George, laborer, r 28 Middle bet Tryon and Church 
Pruitt Mrs Mary E, r Oates Row 
Puckett James, carpenter, r3ii s B 
Puckett Mrs Nancy, r 311 sB 
Pugh Miss Laura E, r 418 n Church 
Purdy George, r Greenville 
Purdy Mrs M L, r Greenviile 
Purdy T L, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 
Purefoy Edgar, railroad, r 919 e Trade 
Purefoy J K, blacksmith, r 919 e Trade 
Purefoy Mrs J K, florist, r 919 e Trade 
Pyler Mrs Ruth, r 500 n Smith 

QUERY CALVIN M, mgr for Mrs P Query, 20 w Trade 
Query Miss Clara, r 20 w Trade 
Query Mrs P, milliner 20 w Trade, r 20 w Trade 



work for the People's Interest 
in Maintaining LOW PRICES 



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Query Miss Pauline, r 20 w Trade 
Ouinn David M, blacksmith, r 313 s C 
Quinn Miss Ella, r 313 s C 

RADFORD BEN, carpenter, r 727 s Mint 
Radford Mrs Lizzie, r 727 s Mint 
Railroad Eating House, C Gresham, prop, 600 w Trade 
Ramseur Miss Effie, r 314 e Ninth 
Ramsey David A, drayman, r 628 s Church 
Ramsey Mrs M A, r 628 s Church 

Rankin A E, boots and shoes 8 w Trade, r 500 n Tryon 
Rankin Miss Annie, r 500 n Tryon 
Rankin T S, r 500 n Tryon 
Rankin Miss Maggie, r 500 n Tryon 
Rawson Mrs Ellen, r (Dates' Row 
Rawson Mrs Lula, r Oates' Row 
Rawson Miss Mary, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 
Rawson Miss Martha, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 
Rawson William, wks R&D round house, r Oates' Row 
Rav Ed C, traveling salesman, r 410 s Tryon 
Ray Mrs Ed C, r 410 s Tryon 
Ray William, bkkeeper, r 309 e Fifth 
Rav Mrs Martha, r 309 e Filth 

The D. A. Tompkins Company hist all all kinds of 
Electric Light Plants. 

Rayfield John, wks Cotton Mills, r Oates' Row 

Rayfield Mrs Mattie, wks Knitting Mills, r Oates' Row 

Raymond Miss Beulah, r 507 n Myers 

Raymond Miss Beulah, r 633 s Graham 

Read G S, china store 1 1 e Trade, r Central Hotel 

Read Mrs G S, r Central Hotel 

Reading Mrs H N, r 303 w Fourth 

Reading Lewis B, carpenter, r 303 w Fourth 

Redfearn Eli, wa<chman Elliott & Marsh, r 410 e Eleventh 

Redfearn Mrs Eliza, r 410 e Eleventh 

Redfearn Preston, machinist Liddell Co, r 410 6 Eleventh 

Redfearn Wm, wks Carolina S and H Wks, r 410 e Eleventh 

Redford B F, moulder Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 9 w Fifth 

Redford Mrs M, r 9 w Fifth 

Reed Robert W, miner, r s Tryon nr Fair Grounds 

Reed Mary A, r s Tryon nr Fair Grounds 

Reed Mrs Frances, r 905 s B 

Reed Wm, carpenter, r 905 s B 

Reed William, carpenter, r 914 n Trvon 

Reeder Mrs Martha, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Reeder Miss Ann, r Victor Row 

Reese Robert elk Wilson Drug Co, r 706 s Tryon 

Reese Thos, Wilson Drug Co, r 706 s Tryon 



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Reeves Miss Delia, r 209 n Graham 

Reeves Mrs Nellie J, r 502 e Fifth 

Reeves John, engineer Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 209 n Graham 

Reeves J A, collector, r 502 e Fifth 

Reeves Mrs Maggie, r 209 n Graham 

R'gister E C, physician, Belmont Hotel, r Belmont Hotel 

Register Mrs EC. r Belmont Hotel 

Renz Mrs Jacob, r 9 e Fifth 

Rhyne & Bro, grocers, 229 e Trade 

Rhvne A S, Rhyne & Bro, r 207 n B 

Rhyne Adam, Young & Rhyne, r 407 n Pine 

Rhyne H H, farmer, Tuckaseege Road, 2^ miles w Charlotte 

Rhyne Mrs Maggie, r 207 n B 

Rhyne S. Rhvne & Bro, r 207 n B 

Rhyne W S, farmer, r Tuckaseege Road, 3 miles w Charlotte 

Rice John, elk L. A Meisenheimer, r n Tryon nr Boundaty 

Rice Mrs John, r n Tryon nr Boundary 

Richards C S, wks C C Mfg Co, r 616 s Church 

Richards Mrs Mary, wks C C Mfn Co, r 616 s Church 

Richardson M Hattie, r 408 e Third 

Richey Maggie, r w side s Tryon near old Fair Grounds 

Riddick Mrs F M, r 710 w T rade 

rpHF RT1FORD HOTFT Charlotte, N. C, is one of the most 
( iil uuiui\u liWiX^J^, com piete and comfortable houses in 

the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 
JL Terms : $3. to $3.50 Per Day. George w. Kittel le. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Ridge Mrs Julia, r n Graham extension 

Ridge S N, grocer, n Graham extension 

Riggins Charles, stove repairer, r 605 s Poplar 

Riggins Mrs Frona, r 605 s Poplar 

Rigler E W, policeman, r 503 n B 

Rigler Mrs E W, r 503 n B ' 

Rigler D M, confectioner 26 w Trade, r 501 n B 

Rigler Mrs George, r 304 s College 

Rigler John R, machinist M I Wks, r 307 w Seventh 

Rigler Mrs John R, r 307 w Seventh 

Rigler John T, elk D M Rigler, r 304 s College 

Rigler Miss Mary I, r 304 s College 

Rigler Mrs Molly J. r 501 n B 

Rigler Mrs Zou V, r 211 e Seventh 

Rimer J L, carpenter, r 504 11 Smith 

Rimer Mrs M J, r 504 n Smith 

Rintels Mrs B, r 406 w Trade 

Rintels D W, drug elk, r 406 w Trade 

Rintels A J, traveling salesman, r 406 w Trade 

Ritch Mrs M V, r 503 A 

Kitch T L, salesman R A Lee & Co. r 503 n A 

Ritch W F, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 

Roark Mrs E A, r 815 11 Graham 



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Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
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Roark J M, lunch counter 515 w Fourth, r 516 w Fourth 

Roark ] Warren, cotton inspector, 1 815 n Graham 

Roane Miss Katherine N, r 413 vv Trade 

Roberts C S, timekeeper R & D R R, r 501 w Fourth 

Roberts Mrs C S, r 501 w F urth 

Roberts George, engineer R & D R R, r 406 n Pine 

Roberts Mrs Jennie, r 406 n Pine 

Robertson Mrs E C, r 415 w Trade 

Robertson Elisha, laborer, r 305 n Smith 

Robertson Mrs Eliza, r 416 n Church 

Robertson Mrs Elisha, 305 n Smith 

Robertson Mrs Isabella, r 811 s Church 

Robertson John B, fireman C C R R, r 907 n Tryon 

Robertson Miss Lexa, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 19 w Filth 

Oates Row 
Robertson Mrs Sarah, r Oates Row 
Robertson T R, lawyer, elk criminal court 38 w Trade, r 415 w 

Trade 
Robertson Mrs T R, r 415 w Trade 
Robinson Elijah, wks C C ME' Co, r 20 w Fourth 
Robinson E M, electricia ■ D A Tompkins Co, r 28 s Tryon 
Robinson George, jr, shoemaker, r 8 middle st, bet Tryon and 

Church 

The D, A. Tompkins Company, Constructing and 
Co7itracting Engineers, CJiarlotte, N. C 

Robinson Mrs Hannah, r 20 w Fourth 

Robinson Mrs Lucy, r 218 n Myers 

Robinson Malcolm, carpenter, r 210 n Myers 

Robinson Mrs Margaret, r 218 n Myers 

Robinson J S, butcher, r 218 n Myers 

Robinson Jemima, r 20 w Fourth 

Robinson Mrs Nettie, r 41 1 e Eleventh 

Robinson Robert, carpenter, 1-411 e Eleventh 

Robison Mrs Henrietta, r 618 n D 

Robison M W, city lamp lighter, r 61S n D 

Robison Paul W, r6i8 n D 

Roddin Miss Lizzie, r 302 w Second 

Roediger C, boot and shoemaker 21 s Tryon, r 301 n Church 

Roediger George, r 307 n Church 

Roediger Mrs Kate, r 301 a Church 

Roediger Miss Hulda, r 301 n Church 

Roediger Mrs Louisa, r 816 n Graham 

Roessler J, boarding hous*: 233 s Tryon 

Roessler Mrs J, r 233 s Tr ,'on 

Rogers D A, carpenter, r rear of 408 w Second 

Rogers Miss Elizabeth J, w side n College bey C C R R 

Rogers G F, wks Charlou Cotton Seed Oil Mill, r n Johnston 

Rogers Mrs G F, rn [ohnvton 



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I Rogers L B, wagoner, r w side n College bey C C R R 

Rollins Charles A. supt Henderson Gold Mine, r Centra! Hotel 

Rollins H T, elk L Walkf-r, r 809 n C 

Rollins Mrs J A, r S09 n C 

Rooke J B, truck gardener, r 415 e Ninth 
i Ross Baxter, elk J W Miller & Co, r 501 w Trade 
! Ross Miss Eldoia, r 501 w Trade 

Ross Miss Estelle, r 501 w Trade 
T] Ross Mrs Jennie, r 702 w Trade 
Sjg Ross lames T, traveling salesman, r 410 w Trade 

Ross Mrs James T, r 410 w Trade 
03 Ross Joe E, conductor R & D R R, r 702 w Trade 
C3 Ross [ohn B, Mayer & Ross, r 502 n College 
w Ross Mrs J B, r 502 n College 

Ross John D, house mover, r 702 vv Trade 

Ross R C, Ross & Adams, r 304 e Ninth 

Ross Mrs R C, r 304 e Ninth 

Ross Mrs Sarah V, r 501 w Trade 
SB Ross Wm F, hostler R & D R R, r 702 w Trade 
£^ Ross & Adams, booksellers and stationers 22 s Tryon 
S Ruddock Mrs S J, r 8 w Sixth 

Ruddock T B, elk C W Alexander, r 8 w Sixth 

Rudisill John F, elk Burwell & Dunn, 217 e Sixth 

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Rudisill Jonas, contractor, r -302 n College 

Rudisill Mrs Jonas, r 302 n College 

Rudisill L A, express messenger, r 508 n College 

Rudisill M L, carpenter, r 508 n College 

Rudisill Mrs M L, r 50S n College 

Rudisill Mrs M J, r 217 e Sixth 

Rudisill Miss M J, r 508 n College 

Rudisill W C, machinist Liddell Co, r 508 n College 

Ruminuge David, painter, r southern suburbs near fair Ground 
~7 Rummuge Mrs Eva, r southern suburbs near fair grounds 

CO Rummuge Mrs Sarah, r southern suburbs near fair grounds 
SB Russell Mrs C J, r 516 w Fourth 

Russell Mrs Delia, r 519 w Sixth 

Russell E W. fireman R & D R R, r 516 w Fourth 

Russell R B, bds 503 n Church 

Rountree Charles, r 306 e Ninth 

Rountree Mrs M E, 306 e Ninth 

Ryan Joseph, elk Rudolph Arndt, r Central Hotel 

SACKERMAN M, wks W Kaufman & Co, r 233 s Tryon 
Sadler G L, farmer 34 w Trade (sheriffs office, court house) 
r country 
i Sadler Gillespie, elk So Ex Co, r 700 s Tryon 

Wr T r r— /~*] Recognise no Coinpeti- /^11 ^1 • 

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Sadler O M, division supt So Ex Co 200 s Tryon, r 700 s Tryon 

SadW Mrs O M, r 700 s Tryon 

Sandel Mrs E C, r 504 n B 

Sanders & Orr, cotton buyers, 16 n College 

Sanders T W, Sanders & Orr, r 309 s Tryon 

Sanders Mrs L W, r 309 s Tryon 

Sanford Miss Chrona, wks C C M'g Co, r 605 s Poplar 

Sarratt Mrs Banna, r 307 n Tryon 

Sarratt L L, R B Alexander & Co, r 307 n Tryon 

Savage N L, carriage maker and blacksmith 19 n College, r 708 n C 

Savage Mrs N L, r 708 n C 

Savin Felix A, So Chem Co 213 w Trade, r 508 n B 

Savin Mrs M E, r 508 n B 

Sawyer Miss Fannie Y, r 901 n Tryon 

Sawyer Fred, telegraph messenger, 1-901 n Tryon 

Sawyer Mrs M A, r 901 n Tryon 

Scarr Miss Aeelaide, r 404 w Fifth 

Scarr Miss Alice, r 404 w Fiftn 

Scara Mrs F, r 404 w Fifth 

Scarr Dr F, keeper Elmwood Cemetery, r 404 w Fifth 

Scarr Miss Louisa, r 404 w Fifth 

Scarborough Miss Flora, cook J S Hutchison, r 405 n Poplar 

Scarborough John, engineer Alpha Mills, r 914 n Tryon 

The D. A. Tompkins Com f any Control Smith & \ r aile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Schiff L N, Schiff & Co, r 707 e Trade 
Schiff Miss Emma M, r 707 e Trade 
Schiff Jonas, Schiff & Co, r 707 e Trade 
Schiff Mrs J Ida, r 707 e Trade 
Schiff Julius, traveling salesman, r 305 n Church 
Schiff Mrs Julius, r 305 n Church 
Schiff N L, r 707 e Trade 
Schiff Philip, Schiff & Co, r 707 e Trade 
Schroeder Mrs C H. r 306 n B 
Schroeder W H, candy manufacturer, r 306 n B 
Scoff B H, wks Cotton Mills, r 507 w Sixth 
Scofield John E, telegraph operator, r 200 n B 
Scott Mrs Amanda, r n B bey Twelfth 

Scott C, wholesale grocer and commission merchant 23 s Col- 
lege, r 705 e Trade 
Scott Daniel, wks Alpha Mills, r n B bey Twelfth 
Scott Mrs F M, r 219 n Myers 
Scott J B, butcher, r2i9 n Myers 
Scott Miss Lula, r 13 n Cedar 
Scott Mrs M D, r 400 w Eighth 
Scott Sarah n B bey Twelfth 
Scott W B, watchman, r 219 n Myers 
Scott Wm, shoemaker, r n B bey Twelfth 



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Seagraves Mrs Lizzie, r 309 w Seventh 
Secbler H S, elk L A Meisenheimer, r 414 n Church 
Seigle T B, T L Seigle & Co, r 310 w Fifth 
Seigle T L, T L Seigle & Co, r 310 w Fifth 
Seigle T L & Co, drygoods, notions, etc, n w Trade 
Seigle Mrs Sarah S, r 310 w Fifth 
Sellers W J, moulder Liddell Co, r 502 n A 
Sellers Mrs W J, 1-501 n A 
Sellers Wm L, r 502 n A 

Settles Mrs Mabrey, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 
Settles Milan, wks Ada Mills, r Greenville 
Severs Miss Mattie, r Seversville 
Severs Mrs Ellen, r 815 w Trade 

Severs H C, Justice of the Peace, 30 w Trade, r Seversville 
Severs J C, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 815 w Trade 
Severs William, blacksmith Mecklenburg Iron Works, r Severs- 
ville 
Shafer J S, collector Singer Mnfg Co, r 621 n B 
Shafer Mrs J S, 1-621 n B 
Shaffer Miss Ada, r 506 n B 
Shaffer I E, compositor, r 506 n B 
Shaffer J S, carpenter, 1 506 n B 

THE BUFORD HOTEL Is essentially adapted to the requirements of 
' traveliug commercial men, whose patronage is 

m ... »... . earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Ter ms: $,i. to b„.lso per day . GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

Shaffer Mrs S J, r 506 n B 

Shafler Miss Virginia, 506 n B 

Shannonhouse & Co, agricultural implements, wagons, seeds, 

etc, 47 s College 
Shannonhouse, B G, elk Mayer & Ross, r 409 e Seventh 
Shannonhouse Mrs B G, r 309 e Seventh 
Shannonhouse B J, boardinghouse 37 n Tryon 
Shannonhouse Mrs B J, r 37 n Tryon 

Shannonhouse George, conductor C C R R, r 702 n Tryon 
Shannonhouse Mrs George, r 702 n Tryon 
Shannonhouse J G, Shannonhouse & Co, r Providence Road, 1 

mile e Charlotte 
Sharpe Miss Mary, matron St Peter's Home and Hospital, 217 

n Poplar 
Sharpe Miss Mattie, r St Peter's Home and Hospital, 217 n 

Poplar 
Shaw Miss Maggie H, r 407 e Seventh 
Shaw Mrs Margaret, r 504 e Trade 

Shaw Miss Nannie, wks Dixie Pants Factory, bds 211 w Second 
Shaw W E & Co, saddles and harness, 38 e Trade 
Shaw W E, W E Shaw & Co, r 407 e Seventh 
Shaw Mrs W E, r 407 e Seventh 
Shean Mrs Jane, seamstress, r 710 s Church 



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212 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



THE MOST COMPLETELY EQUIPPED PRINTING 
OFFICE IN THE CITY 



Special Features: 



Swift Presses, driven by atmospheric-gus power 
Latest styles of Type 
Experienced management and workmen 
Fully equipped Stereotype foundry 



This House has all the appliances that 
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J.J Good Razors, Clean Towels I y~\ 4 y~v -^-v yiyA jl Hair Cutting, Shaving, 

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J-j Satisfaction Guaranteed | JLJ A M. JLk kJ JLj A.X CHARLOTTE, N. c. 



The * Mansion * House 

J. C. BOYTE, Proprietor. 



THE MOST CONVENIENT HOTEL IN CHARLOTTE TO THE 
PASSENGER DEPOT. 



Located opposite the First Presbyterian Church and nearly in front of Courthouse 

Persons visiting Charlotte are respectfully invited to stop at The Mansion 

House. First-class fare, attentive servants, good rooms 

nicely furnished, terms moderate. 



Special Arrangements for Regular Boarders. 



-ALWAYS STOP AT THE- 



^MANSION HOUSE, 

205 West Trade Street, - - - CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Ice Cream! Ice Cream! 

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FINEST Q UALITY AND ALL FLAVORS 

FAMILIES AND PARTIES SUPPLIED AT LOWEST RATES AT 

#TAYLOR'S# 

CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT STORE 
20 W. TRADE STREET 

RESTAURANT TABLE UNSURPASSED FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO 

HOLT & HODGE 

Fine Boot and Shoe Makers 

214 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



RE !1SS HE *TERMS cash^ 



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Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
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Shelby C D. elk L J Walker & Co, r 313 

Shelby Miss Jennie, r 416 e Second 

Shelby W L, farmer, r Tuckaseege Road 3 miles w Charlotte 

Shelby Wade H, upholsterer 315 c Trade, r 309 e Trade 

Shelby Mrs W H, r 315 e Trade 

Shell Peter, porter H P DeMaleneu & Co, r Church 

Shelton Thomas, elk C A Dixon & Co, r 34 s Tryon 

Sherrill Joe J, farmer, r 701 e Eighth 

Sherrill Miss Julia, r 701 e Eighth 

Sherrill Mrs M M, r7oi e Eighth 

Shields W B, elk Racket Store, r 311 w Seventh 

Shipp Miss Katie C, teacher, r 801 n Tryon 

Shipp R J, lawyer, r 410 n Tryon 

Shipp Mrs R J. r 410 n Tryon 

Shipp Wm M, Judge S iperior Court, 

Shittle Miss Addie, wks Cotton Mills 

Shitde Mrs Catherine, r 513 w Sixth 

Shittle Miss Lou, wks Cotton Mills, r 513 w Sixth 

Shittle Miss Mag, wks Cotton Mills, r5i3 w Sixth 

Shiver Miss Hattie, r 801 s Mint 

Shurbett A J W, wks Cotton Mills, r 527 w Sixth 

Shurbett Mrs Sarah, r 527 w Sixth 

Shuman Mrs Isabella, r 614 s Church 

The D. //. Tompkins Company Contrcl ]]'estinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Shuman J J, elk J C Hannon, r 614 s Church 

Shuman Mrs Jane, r e Vance nr s A 

Siflord Mrs L, r 305 w Fourth 

Sifford R J, r 305 w Fourth 

Sigman Corra A, r 602 w Seventh 

Sigman Edgar M, fireman R & D R R, r 602 w Seventh 

Sigman Mrs M A, r 602 w Seventh 

Sigman R S, engineer R & D R R, r 602 w Seventh 

Siler Adam, painter, r 215 w Fourth 

Siler Mrs Eleanor, r 215 w Fourth 

Siler Joseph, shipping clerk Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 811 w 

Trade 
Siler Mrs Laura E, r 811 w Trade 
Symmons Miss Carrie, r 241 w Trade 
Symmons Miss Jennie, r 241 w Trade 
Symmons T L, boarding house, r 241 w Trade 
Simpson Jefferson, bla.ksmith 19 n College, r 903 s B 
Simpson Mrs S J, r 903 s B 
Simrill Mrs E, r 408 e Eleventh 

Sims & Young, wholesale and retail grocers, 23 w Trade 
Sims Miss Lilly V, r 415 n Poplar 

Sims J M, grocery merchant 19 n Tryon, r 415 n Poplar 
Sims Mrs J M, r 415 n Poplar 



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Sims J J, Sims & Young, r 414 w Ninth 

Sims Mrs J J, r 414 w Ninth 

Sinclair Mrs A, r 510 n Tryon 

Singer Mtg Co, (sewing machines) N J McDnffie, Mgr, 8 n 

Tryon 
Sing Lewis, Chinese laundry 37 s Tryon 
Sing W A, carpenter, r 700 n C 
Sing Mrs W A, r 700 11 C . 

Skenes G W, wks Carolina S and H Wks, r 516 n Smith 
Skenes Mrs Jennie, r 516 n Smith 

Skenes J L, wks Carolina S and H Wks, r 516 n Smith 
Skenes Mrs Lilly, r 514 w Seventh 
Skenes Rutus, Carolina S & H Wks. r 514 w Seventh 
Skinner Edmond, wks Charlotte Clothing Mfg Co, r 313 s 

Poplar 
Skinner Frank wks J Hirshinger & Co, r 211 w Second 
Skipper J A, farmer, r Victor Row 
Skinner Mrs L J, r 211 w Second 

Skinner Mrs Melissa, wks C C Mfg Co, r 19 w Fourth 
Skinner Mrs Mary, r 313 s Poplar 
Skinner Wm, wks C C Mfg Co, r 19 w Fourth 
Skipper Mrs Mary, r Victor Row- 
Sledge George, engineer AT&ORR, r 12 s Church 

THE BUFORD HOTEL. 






I of leading- and well known Southern and Northern 
•A- Resort Hotels. GEORGE W. KITTELLE 



Is personally conducted by the undersigned 
Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 



GHARLOTTE.N.G. 



Sligh J H, express messenger, r 505 n A 

Sligh Mrs J H, r 505 n A 

Sloan Mrs E C, boarding house r 401 s Tryon 

Sloan Miss Ferrie, r 401 s Tryon 

Sloan John, elk T Alexander & Co 

Sloan R S, elk Gray & Co, r ri s Mint 

Sloan Miss M J, r4oi s Tryon 

Small Mrs Adelia, r 210 n Myers 

Small C W, r 210 n Myers 

Small Miss Ida, r 210 n Myers 

Small P D, foreman Liddell Co, r 210 n Myers 

Small Miss Rosa, r 210 n Myers 

Smith A D, r 406 w Filth 

Smith Mrs A D, r 406 w Filth 

Smith Miss A McK, dressmaker with Mrs C R Covert, r 14 n 

Church 
Smith A L, frt agt R & D R R, r 702 n Tryon 
Smith & Durham, wholesale grocers 13 s College 
Smith Mrs Carrie E, r 18 e Morehead 
Smith Mrs Eliza, r 521 w Sixth 
Smith F P, elk Pharr & Long, r Buford Hotel 
Smith Harry, night elk Buford Hotel 
Smith Harry C, r 14 n Church 



W, KAUFMAN & G0.fce=*i!i!k 



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Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



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th Geo, street car driver, r 216 n Myers 

th Mrs Ida L, r 217 w Second 

th Mrs IS, r 413 n Graham 

tli Julia A, wks Victor Mills r Oates Row 

th J C, Smith & Durham, r 600 n Poplar 

th Mrs J C, r 600 r. Poplar 

th J M, r 306 e Sixth 

th "Mrs J M, r 306 e Sixth 

th Mrs J S, r 400 w Trade 

th Miss Lizzie, r 601 s Tryon 

th Mrs I.ula, r 702 n Tryon 

th Miss Lexie, r 521 vv Sixth 

th L H, r 14 n Church 

th Mrs L H, r 14 n Church 

th Mrs M J, 1- 309 s Mint (Jail) 

th Mrs M L, r 804 s Tryon 

th O S, elk So Ex Co. r w Trade 

th Robt G, bkkeeper Charlotte Clothing Mfg Co, bds 401 n 
Poplar 
Smith Mrs S E, r 607 n Pine 
Smith S P, r 310 n B 
Smith Mrs S P, r 310 n B 
Smith T L, baker S M Howell, r 14 n Church 

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Smith Thomas L, r 14 n Church 

Smith T T, R & D R R, r 210 s Myers 

Smith Mrs T T, r 210 s Myers 

Smith Miss Viola Estelle, r 309 s Mint (jail) 

Smith W B, r 602 n Church 

Smith Mrs W E. r 30s e Seventh 

Smith William H, R & D R R, r 210 s Myers 

Smith W J, grocer and carpenter 217 w Second, r 21 

Second 
Smith W M, r 18 e Morehead 

Smith W P, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 521 w Sixth 
Smith Z T, Sheriff, office at court house, r county jail 
Snider cc Simmons, saloon, 26 n Tryon 
Snider J F, wks Elliott & Marsh, r6ios Poplar 
Snider Mrs L E, seamstress, r 610 Poplar 
Snider Mrs M C, boarding House, r 901 n Graham 
Snider Miss Mollie, wks' C C Mfg Co, r 620 s Poplar 
Snider W F, Snider & Simmons, r 901 n Graham 
Solomon Alfred B, engineer R&DRR, r 13 n Cedar 
Solomon Mrs, r 13 n Cedar 
Solomon J A, farmer, r n Graham extension 
Solomon Mrs N C, r n Graham extension 
Solomon \V R, farmer, n Graham extension 



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UJRWELL & DUNN, Drweists. 



G, VALER & GO. 



Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 

Fine CHng er Ales. Etc. Charlotte N C 
FIFTH STKEET, V_Ild.IlULLC, IN. V_. 



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Solomons J A, elk H Baruch, r 602 s Tryon 

Solomons Mrs J A, r 602 s Tryon 

Sondley Miss V E, dressmaker, r 402 n Poplar 

Sossamon Fanny, r Cedar Grove (Beatties Ford Road) 

Sossamon, Harvey M, farm & cotton gin, Cedar Grove (Beatties 

Ford Road) 
Sossamon Mrs J A L, r Cedar Grove, (Tuckaseege Ford Road) 
Sossamon J H, painter and trimmer, r 706 n B 
Sossamon JoeS, fireman R & D R R, r 706 n B 
Sossamon Jonathan A, wks Liddell Co, r Cedar Grove (Beatties 

Ford Road 
Sossamon Mrs Laura, r Cedar Grove (Beatties Ford Road) 
Sossamon L S, machinist Liddell Co, Cedar Grove (Tuckaseege 

Ford Road) 
Sossamon Mrs M J, r 706 n B 

Sossamon Miss Nancy, Cedar Grove (Beattie's Ford Raad) 
Sossamon Francis, overseer at stockade, r Seversville 
Southern Chemical Co, patent medicines, 213 w Trade 
Speck J F, jeweller 9 w Trade, r 312 n B 
Speck Mrs J F, r 312 n B 
Speck John O. jeweller 9 w Trade, r 312 n C 
Speck Thos W, jeweller 9 w Trade, r 312 n B 
Spencer J S, pres Commercial Nat Bank, r 603 e Trade 

T TT F DTTTYlDn UHTIM Solicits the patronage of old and new guests— 
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~Ter,ns : £ to *S.H> pcrday. GE0RCE W ' Kll TELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Spencer Mrs J S, r 603 e Trade 

Spragins Mrs C C, r 1 1 e Third 

Spragins R G, elk Gray & Co, rue Third 

Spratt Mrs B O. r 401 s Church 

Spratt Charles E, elk John VanLandingham. r 500 e Trade 

Spratt T P, elk W N Mullen, r 404 s Church 

Springs E B, wholesale and retail grocer 103 s College, r Central 

Hotel 
Springs Mrs E C, r 223 n Tryon 
Springs Mrs E N, r 308 w Trade 
Springs H G, r Central Hotel 
Springs J C, saloon 29 w Trade, r 30S w Trade 
Springs Miss Lula V, r 223 n Tryon 
Sprinkle Miss Anna, r 712 n B 
Sprinkle A W, brakeman, r 13 e Seventh 
Sprinkle Mrs jemima, r n E bet Eighth and Ninth 
Sprinkle ] W, cotton buyer, r 512 n Col.ege 
Sprinkle Mrs Laura D, r 512 n College 
Sprinkle Miss Lilly, elk H Baruch, r 712 n B 
Sprinkle Mrs M H, r 13 e Seventh 
Sprinkle Mrs M M, r 13 e Seventh 
Sprinkle Mrs P M, dressmaker, r 515 w Seven' h 
Sprinkle T H, elk gen sunt office R & D R R, r 13 e Seventh 

D EMEMBER I AM TAKING ROOFING ATJLOW PRICES. 



-J. .V McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street 



Charlotte. N. 



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Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
CHfarlotte, N. C. 



Druggists. 



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Sprinkle T J. loading elk R & D R R, r 7 12 n B 

Sprinkle Mrs T J, r 712 n B 

Sprinkle Wm, conductor C, C & A R R, r 13 e Seventh 

Sprouls Mrs Francis, r southern suburbs, nr Fair Grounds 

Sprouls Wm, tailor, wks John Vogel, r southern suburbs nr Fair 

Grounds 
Stacker Mrs Frances, rue Eighth 
Stacker J E, tailor, ni e Eighth 
Standard Oil Co. Jas Malona special agt, n Johnston nr w 

Twelfth 
Star Mills Co, W M Crowed, mgr, 306-8 e Trade 
Stauffer M A, grocer 508 s Church, r 504 s Church 
Stauffer Mrs Margaret, r 504 s Church 
Staufter Miss Mary, r 504 s Church 
Stebbins Dudley G, with Hirst Printing and Publishing Co, r 

81 1 n Graham 
Stebbins Mrs Helen, r 811 n Graham 
Stedman J M, engineer R & D R R, r 227 w Trade 
Stedman Mrs J M, r 227 w Trade 
Steele Mrs Bettie W, r 206 w Tenth 
Steele Eli S, elk R & & D R R. r 206 w Tenth 
Steenbergh Mrs Emma, r 812 w Trade 
Steinback Mrs C, r n Johnston 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Steinback Thomas, wks Carolina S and H Factory, r n John- 
ston 

Stenersen C E, traveling agent Domestic Sewing Machine, r 817 
s Tryon 

Stenerson Mrs Mollie, r 817 s Trvon 

Stephens J A, H P DeMolineu & Co, r 

Stephens J W, bkkeeper H Baruch, r 

Stephens Mrs J W, r 15 w Seventh 

Stt me C R, telegraph operator, r 900 w 

Sterne Mrs C R, r 900 w Trade 

Stevens C A, r 200 e Second 

Stevens G K, r 709 n C 

Stevens J G, tinner, r 709 n C 

Stevens J L, wks R & D R R, r 200 e Second 

Stevens Mrs M J, r 709 n C 

Stevens Mrs M L, r 709 n C 

Stevens W K, section mas er C, C & A R R, r 200 e Second 

Stewart Richard, elk John Garibaldi, r 628 s Mint 

Stewart Richard P, elk Schiff & Co, r Dodge House 

Stewart Tom, elk R A Lee & Co, r w Seventh 

Stewart W S, G A McGinn & Co, r ^06 w Seventh 

Stewart Mrs W S, r 306 w Seventh 

Stinson fames, elk R M White & Co, r 701 e Trade 



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Stitt E W, cotton buyer, r 507 n B 

Stitt W E, elk H Baiuch, r 626 n College 

Stitt Mrs W E, r 626 n College 

Stitt Capt Wm M, cotton buyer, r 507 n B 

Stitt Mrs W M, r 507 n B 

Stoker D H, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, r n Graham 

Extension 
Stoker Mrs D H. r n Graham extension 
Stokes R F, tiaveling salesman, r 305 n College 
Stokes Mrs R F, r 305 n College 
Stone Mrs Adeline, r 626 s Mint 
Stone Mrs E, r 501 n A 
Stone H J, compositor, r 316 s College 
Stone Mrs H J, r 316 s College 
Stone Mrs L E, r 214 e Fifth 
Stone Miss Mollie, seamstress, r 727 s Mint 
Store Monroe, painter, r 632 s Mint 
Stone W D, pattern maker, r 214 e Filth 
Stout Mrs M, r 218 n Myers 
Stoudemire Frank, 15 n Poplar 
Stoudemire Mrs J L. r 317 s B 
Stoudemire Miss Minnie, r 317 s B 
Stoudemire Sophronia, r 15 n Poplar 



THE BUFORD HOTEL, « 



to call upon him, 



\RLOTTE, N. C. Conrad Lipscomb, Chief Clerk, 
connected with the Hotels ot Charlotte, gives 
_ greeting- to his friends, and invites them one and all 
uaranteeinir them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 



Stoudemire Rev John C, r 317 s B 

Stough Miss Mattie, r cor e Third and Boundary 

Stowe Mrs Mary J, r 901 n Tryon 

Strange Miss Annie L, 302 s Johnston 

Strange Miss Susan, r 302 s Johnson 

Strange Wm F, tinner, r 302 s Johnston 

Strickland Mrs B J, r 30S n Graham 

Strickland J E, r 308 n Graham 

Strickland Capt S G. city street supt, r 30S n Graham 

Strickner, elk Wittkowsky, r 28 s Tryon 

Strong & Christian, pubs Charlotte Democrat (weekly), 3S e 

Trade 
Strong J P, Strong & Christian, Charlotte Democrat, r 26 vv 

Trade 
Strong Mrs J P, r 26 u Trade 
Stroup Mrs L A, 509 w Sixth 

Stroup Miss Marv M, wks Cotton Mills, r 509 w Sixth 
Strout C A, elk Racket Store, r 208 s Tryon 
Strunks Dora, seamstress, rear Cotton Compress 
Sturdivant Mrs Ann, r 313 e Fifth 
Stubbs George, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, bds 901 n 

Graham 
J Stuart M A, carpenter, r 404 e Fifth 

1 Kaufman 1 So. are the leading ilofhiers 



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Stuart Mrs M A, r 404 e Fifth 

Sugg John F, R R engineer, r 516 w Seventh 

Sugg Mrs John F, r 516 w Seventh 

Summerville Alexander C, lumber dealer 300 e Trade, r 209 n 

Poplar 
Summerville Mrs M H, r 209 n Poplar 
Summey Miss Bettie, r 13 w Seventh 
Summey Miss Ella, r 13 w Seventh 
Surcey Mrs Caroline, r 14 e Stonewall 
Swett Miss Lizzie, r 214 w Morehead 
Swiger Miss Bettie, r 415 n C 
Svviger Ed, harnessmaker. r 415 n C 
Swiger Henry, car inspecter R & D R R, r 415 n C 
Swiger Miss Julia, r 415 n C 
Swiger William E, elk P A Osborne, r n C bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Swing Mrs Catherine, r n B bey Twelfth 
Swing Sydney, wks Alpha Mills, r n B bey Twelfth 
Swinson B J, asst engineer Electric Light Co, r 222 n 

Tryon 
Swinson Mrs E, boarding house, 222 n Tryon 
Sykes Mrs Betty, r 608 n B 



The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkle)- in the South. 

TALBOT & SONS, G S Johnson, mgr, machinery, 43 s 
College 
Talbot Mrs Anna, r rear 1 1 w Second 
Taliaferro W R, mdse broker 203 s College, r 500 e Fifth 
Taliaferro Mrs W R, r 500 e Fifth 
Tally Miss R C, seamstress, r 615 s Church 
Tankersley Anderson, engineer R & D R R, r 10 n Cedar 
Tankersley Mrs Anderson, r 10 n Cedar 
Tardy A H, Tardy & Walker, r Central Hotel 
Tardy & Walker, commission merchants, 12 s College 
Tate A H, .-317 w Fifth 
Tate Mrs A H, r 317 w Fifth 
Tate J Caswell, elk, r 601 n Tryon 
Tatem H W, blacksmith 21 n College, r 800 n B 
Tatem Mrs H W, r 800 n B 
Taylor Arthur W, painter, r 314 w Morehead 
Taylor James, grocer cor e First and s C, r 413 s C 
Taylor Mrs James, r 413 s C 
Taylor Miss Jennie, r 804 w Fourth 
Taylor Miss Julia, wks C C Mfg Co, r 210 w Sixth 
Taylor Mrs J L, r 314 vv Morehead 
Taylor Miss Maggie, seamstress, r 221 w Vance 
Taylor W B, restaurant 22 w Trade, r 22 w Trade 



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BURWELL & DUNN, Wholesale Store 5 W. Trade St. 



G. VALER & GO, 



Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 

Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. Chxr]nttp N C 
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Taylor Mrs W B, r 22 w Trade 

Taylor Miss Maggie, r 22 w Trade 

Taylor R W, elk W B Taylor, r 22 w Trade 

Terris J E, carpenter, r 300 w Vance 

Terris Mrs Laura, dressmaker 215 e Trade, r 300 w Vance 

Thies Oscar J, machinist Mecklenburg Iron Works, r 301 n 

Poplar 
Thomas Mrs A, r e side n Tryon bey C C R R 
Thomas J H, newsman C, C&ARR, bds 408 n Graham 
Thomas ] O, bkkeeper T L Seigle & Co, r 713 n Church 
Thomas Mrs J O, r 713 n Church 

Thomas Moses, laborer Elmwood Cemetery, r 508-510 n Smith 
Thomas Roscana, r 408 s C 
Thomas Mrs S C, r 508-510 n Smith 
Thomas W M, candy dealer, r 300 e Seventh 
Thomas W M, stone cutter, r 408 s C 
Thomas Mrs W M. r 300 e Seventh 
Thompson Miss Iona, r 807 n Graham 
Thompson Julius, wks Liddell Co, r 33 s College 
Thompson Mrs Kate, r 306 n Church 
Thompson Lewis, wks C C Mfg Co, r 311 s Church 
Thompson Mrs Mattie, r 33 s College 
Thompson Mrs M E, r 807 n Graham 



CHAKLOTTE, N. C. 



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llii!/ ijllrUKU UUlbl/t Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourists 

Terms : $2.00 to $2.50 Per Day. (\r\fi tit T7 TTVT\r\T t n 

IT-" LESSEE AND PROP'S, lllvl). W . Mil £/LLlj. 

Thompson R C, mgr W L) Tel Co, r 306 n Church 

Thompson Mrs S C, wks C C Mfg Co, r 311 s Church 

Thore J H, brickmason, r 205 w Trade 

Thornburg Mrs Fanny, r 413 e Seventh 

ThornDurg Mrs Molly, seamstress, r 408 n A 

Thornburg Monroe, carpemer, r 413 e Seventh 

Tiddy W & R N, paper manufacturers, office 22 s Tryon 

Tiddy Richard, apprentice Liddell Co, r 241 w Trade 

Tiddy Richard N, W & R N Tiddy, r 401 e Trade 

Tillett Charles W, Jones & Tillett, r 613 n Church 

Tillett Mrs C W, r 613 n Church 

Timmons S M, Timmons & Snider, r w Eleventh nr Poplar 

Timmons Mrs S M, r w Eleventh nr Poplar 

Todd Mrs Anna B, r 406 n Church 

Todd Burt, elk Young & Rhyne, bds 401 n Pine 

Todd Rev C E, pastor Associate Ref Pres Church, r 308 e Sixth 

Todd Mrs C E, r 308 e Sixth 

Todd Charles, wks R & D R R, bds 12 s Church 

Todd Clarence W, bkkeeper, r 600 s Tryon 

Sodd Mrs E C, r 600 s Tryon 

Todd Miss E E, r 600 s Tryon 

Todd fames L, bkkeeper, r 600 s Tryon 

Todd'S E. wks R & & R R, r 406 n Church 



Remember 



That J 

SJUA.TE AND TIN ROOFER, 

209 South Tryon Street, 



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ET DFPT7 OH Fine Perfuir 
, 1 , Dtbll & bU, and Brushes 



Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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Todd Wm, r 600 s Tryon £"""} 

Todd W A, r 413 n Church O 

Todd Wm A, bds 205 w Trade (ZT^ 
Todd W W, engineer J Asbury's planing mill, bds 302 n Poplar ^* 

Tolar } H, Hales & Tolar, r 500 n Graham y^t 
Tompkins Co, The D A, contracting and consulting engineers, 1— \ 

36-38 s College £J* 
Tompkins D A, engineer, The D A Tompkins Co, r Buford £-1. 

Hotel £S 

Torrence A F, com merchant, r 408 e Ninth QTQ 
Torrence Mrs P M, r 408 e Ninth 
Torrence S J, r 408 e Ninth 

Torrence Mrs S F, r 321 w Fifth pj 

Torrence W H, r 17 s B O 

Torrence Mrs W H, r 17 s B fT* 

Traywick B F, wks C C Mfg Co. r 311 s Church p£" 

Traywick Mrs Sarah, wks C C Mlg Co, r3ii s Church £~ 

Traywick Walter, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 223 e Trade ►— ^ 

Treadaway G W, r 903 n Tryon *--<* 

Treadaway Mrs Lucy, r 901 n College "-* 

Treadaway Mrs Lucy F, r 903 n Tryon C~^J 

Treadaway Watt, wks Carolina S and H Wks, r 901 n College © 
Treloar Miss Annie, r 212 s Church J ^ 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Hari'is- h O 

Corliss Engine in the South. CD 

Treloar Miss Fannie, r 314 n B 

Treloar Miss Maggie, r2i2 s Church (— ~- 

Tieloar Wm, r 314 n B ^T ~ 

Treloar Mrs Wm, r 314 n B ,— K 
Triplett Rev T L, pastor Church St M E Church, bds 205 w £2"*, 

Trade J - *" 

Trott John M, elk C C West, 224 e Trade Sr 

Trotter Miss Adeline, r 306 n Tryon ,_,, 

Trotter Mrs M A, r 501 n Graham ^ 

Trotter M F, photographer, r 501 n Graham O n 

Troutman Miss Jane, r 212 w Morehead [X — • 

Tucker Wm V, carpenter, r 4C9 e Elevei.th J> 3 

Tucker Mrs Mary, r 409 e Eleventh *p0 g" 

Turner Mrs Carrie, seamstress, r 221 w Vance t -1 1 

Turner Mrs Ellen, r 801 s Mint O^ 

Turner John, carpenter, r 221 w Vance *~i _ 
Turner Mrs M J, seamstress, r 719 s Poplar 
Turner R B, painter, r 801 s Mint 



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Turner Wm, carpenter, r 719 s Poplar 2 

Twelvetrees Miss Anna L, stenographer The D A Tompkins Co ' <2 
r 921 s B (school grounds) <"") C 

Tycer Mrs D C, r 313 w Seventh ?r 

Tycer Miss Katie, 313 w Seventh 

FUKNITUKli tor Parlor and Library. Furniture 
Chamber and Kitchen, Furniture all Qualities and 
rices. 10 W. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



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grovrinn&n Beer bottling- Establishment. 
i'uVxlllU tsUtBnttledBeer,Ke!?Beer,pU ai .1 ri1 -4-„ 1\T r 

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Tyzzer Josepli W. butcher, r southern suburbs, nr Fair Grounds 
Tyzzer Mrs Mary, r southern suburbs, nr Fair Grounds 
Tyzzer Simon J, r southern suburbs, nr Fair Grounds 

URY Miss E V, r 805 n Try on 
Utzman Mrs R J, dressmaker, r 515 w Seventh 
U S Signal Service Office 5 e Trade 

\7"AIL Miss Cora L, r 709 e Trade 
' Vail Miss Ida, r 709 e Trade 
Vail T L, chairman county commissioners, r 709 e Trade 
Vail Mrs T L, r 709 e Trade 

Valer Christian, C Valer & Co, r 300 s College 
Valer Mrs Christian, r 300 s College 
Valer C & Co, mineral water mirs, 5 e Fifth 
Vanderburg F J, grocer 603 s Tryon, r 603 s Try on 
Vanderburg Mrs Frances, r 914 n Tryon 
Vanderburg L A. farmer, r 914 n Tryon 
Vanderburg Mrs Mattie, r 603 s Tryon 
Vanderburg Mrs Sarah, r 502 s Church 
Vanderburg R A, r 914 n Tryon 
Vanderlip Henry L, dairyman, r Greenville 
Vanderiip Mrs Alice, r Greenville 



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Isnoted for the excellence of all that tends to 

contribute to the comfort of its guests. Terms: 

$2. to 12,60 per day. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



VanLandingham John, cotton and commission merchant 10-12 

n College, r 500 e Trade 
VanLandingham Mrs John, r 500 e Trade 
VanNess James H, photographer 21 n Tryon, r 304 w Fifth 
Van Ness Mrs J H, r 304 w Fifth 
VanNess Miss Mary, r 304 w Fifth 
VanNess Wm I, with J H VanNess, r 304 w Fifth 
Vaughn M D. carpenter M I Wks, r 208 n Clarkson 
Vaughn Mrs M D, r 208 n C.arkson 
Veno Mrs Abline, r rear 409 s Poplar 
Veno Mrs C A, r rear 409 s Poplar 
Veno G W, miner, r rear 409 s Poplar 
Vernon Miss Lou W, r 30S n B 
Vincent John, street car driver, r 305 w Stonewall 
Vita Agostino, confectioneer 5 n Tryon, r 807 s Mint 
Vita Mrs Ellen, r 807 s Mint 
Vogel A J, butcher 29 n Tryon, r 9 e Fifth 
Vogel M'sAJ, r 9 e Fifth 
Vogel Fritz, elk A J Vogel, r Greenville 
Vogel Mrs Frederica, r Greenville 

Vogel John, merchant tailor 27 n Tryon, r 306 n Poplar 
Vogel Mrs Louisa, r 306 n Poplar 
Vogel Miss Louisa, r 306 n Poplar 



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Facilities in furnishing Clothing:. 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



Vogler J A, job printer 23 e Trade, r 615 e Eighth 
Vogler Mrs Carrie, r 6 1 5 e Eighth 
Vogler Miss Lou, r 615 e Eighth 

WADSWORTH J W, livery stable 222-22411 Tryon, r 311 
n College 
Wadsvvorth Mrs J W, r 311 n College 
Wager Mrs R D, r 618 e Ninth 
Waite Miss Annie, seamstress, r 509 e Fourth 
Walker Mrs Eliza, r 407 n Tryon 

Walker Mrs Elnora, wks C C Mfg Co, r 213 w Fourth 
Walker Mrs E L, r 217 s Graham 
Walker Mrs Jennie, cigar maker, r 302 s Mint 
Walker Mrs J G, r 204 s Mint 
Walker J M, Tardy & Walker, r Central Hotel 
Walker John, grocer, r 319 s B 
Walker John, r 407 n Tryon 

Walker Joseph A, machinist C C .Mfg Co, r 213 w Fourth 
Walker Mrs L, grocer 241 e Trade, r 319 s B 
Walker L J & Co, wholesale and retail grocers and commission 

merchants, cor s Tryon and e Fourth 
Walker 1. J, L J.Walker & Co, r 315 n Poplar 
Walker Mrs L J, r 31s n Poplar 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds op 
Electric Tight Plants. 

Walker Lucien, bkkeeper, r 407 n Tryon 

Walker Miss Mary, r 407 n Tryon 

Walker Miss Mollie, r 403 e Second 

Walker Piatt D, lawyer, Bursvell & Walker, r 210 w Tenth 

Walker Mrs Piatt D. r 210 w Tenth 

Walker W R. machinist M I Wks, r 302 s Mint 

Wall Mrs Annie M, r 206 w Fifth 

Wallace M A, cotton cutter Sanders &. Orr, r 704 e Ninth 

Wallace Mrs Alice, r 704 e Ninth 

Wallace M.uxellus C, foreman news department Hirst Printing 

and Publish ng Co, r 910 e Trade 
Wallace Mrs M ocellus C, r 910 e Trade 
Wallis Miss Ida, r 503 n Churci 
Wallis Miss Julia, r 200 n Myers 
Walls Eli carpenter, r 607 s Poplar 
Walls Mrs Mary, r 607 s Poplar 

Walsh T D, salesman Mayer & Ross, i'50i n College 
Walsh Mrs T D, r 501 n College 
Ward Mrs Adeline, r Victor Row 
Ward Miss Cora I, r 604 s Tryon 
Ward Frank A. wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Ward Miss Hattie, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Ward Mrs Martha, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 



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Soda and Mineral Water Factory. 

Fine Ginger Ales, Etc. Charlotte N C 
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Ward Rufus, r Victor Row 

Ward W W & Co, grain and building material 34 s College 

Ward W W, W W'Ward & Co, r 604 s Tryon 

Ward Mrs W W, r 604 s Tryon 

Wardin Joseph, elk Racket Store, r 507 e Ninth 

Wardin Mrs Mary, r 507 e Ninth 

Waring R P, lawyer and supt U S Assay Office, r 413 w Trade 

Waring Miss V M, elk U S Assay Office, r 413 w Trade 

Warren S J, mining expert and agt for mineral properties, r 406 

n Tryon 
Warrick Charles P, roofer, bds 315 s Mint 
Wasner John F, watchman M I Wks, r 802 w Fourth 
Wasner Wm M J, r 802 w Fourth 
Waters Arthur E, wks Chariot' e Electric Light Co, r 308 e 

Ninth 
Waters Mrs M V, r 308 e Ninth 
Waters Samuel B, elk Seigle & Co, r Central Hotel 
Watkins Miss Ella, r 301 e Sixth 
Watson Mrs Flo'a, r 408 e Tenth 
Watson J C, elk the D A Tompkins Co, r 607 n Pine 
Watson John M, painter Elliott & Mnrsh, r 408 e Tenth 
Watson Miss Mollie, r 408 e Tenth 
Watson Mrs M E, r 607 n Pine 



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George W. Kittelle, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Watson Miss Martha E, r 221 n Tryon 
Watson Wm W, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 408 e Tenth 
Watts Miss Carrie, r 800 n College 
Watts Harrison, cotton mfr, r 800 n College 
Watts Mrs Harrison, r 800 n Colleye 
Watts Harry, bkkeeper, r 800 n College 
Watts Miss Josie, seamstress, r 416 s Church 
Watts Mrs Martha, r 416 s College 
Watts Tom, carpenter, 416 s Church 
Wavra Mrs Ida, r 211 w Fourth 
Wearn Mrs C A, r 513 w Seventh 

Wearn Joseph E, elk Southern Ex Co, r 513 w Seventh 
Wearn J H, bkkeeper A C Summerville, r 26 w Trade 
Wearn W H & Co, druggists 1 n Tryon 

Wearn Wm H, W H Wearn & Co 1 n Tryon r 513 w Seventh 
Wearn W S, carriage builder 302 n Tryon r 513 w Seventh 
Weaver James wks Victor Mills, r 804 w Fourth 
Weaver Mrs Rosa, r 804 w Fourth 
Webb C L, wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Webb David wks Victor Mills, r Victor Row 
Webb Mrs E J, r Victor Row- 
Webb George, coppersmith, r 407 n Pine 
Webb Mrs Nancy, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 213 n Graham 



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J. N. McCausland, 209 S. Tryon St., 



R. T. Beck & Co.^^ e Jfi££? Druggists. 

Charlotte, N. C. OO 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 

Webb Mrs Sarah, r 407 n Pine 

Webb Miss S F, r 313 n Church 

Weddington Frank, wks Asbury & Finger, r 406 s Tryon 

Weddington Miss Ida, wks J Hirshinger & Co, r 406 s Tryon 

Weddington Mrs Irene, r 406 s Trvon 

Weddington J H, Brown, Weddington & Co, r 505 w Trade 

Weddington Mrs J H, r 505 w Trade 

Weddington Miss Lizzie, seamstress, r 304 s Mint 

Weddington Mrs Mary, wks C C Mnfg Co, r 406 s Tryon 

Wedenfeller Ben L, conductor C C & A R R, r 806 s Tryon 

Wedenfeller Mrs Ben L, r 806 s Tryon 

Wedlock Win, foreman City Rock Quarry, r 211 w Third 

Wedlock Mrs Clementine, r 211 w Third 

Wehner Otto, mgr C Valer & Co, r 501 n Poplar 

Wehner Mrs Otic, r 501 n Poplar 

Welch A H, bkkeeper Hammond & Justice, r 34 e Trade 

Wentz Joseph, city fireman, bds 408 n A 

Wentz Miss Katy, wks C C Mnfg Co, r 311 s Church 

Wentz Valentine, shoemaker, r 408 n A 

West C C, saloon 224 e Trade, r 204 s Church 

West Mrs M J, r 1 1 n Poplar 

Wtst Thomas W, soda water mfgr 230 e Trade, run Pop lar 

Western Union Telegraph Co 11 s Tryon 



The D. A. Tompkins Company, Constructing 
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Wheat Mrs Annie, r Victor Row 

Wheat Win, wks Victor Mills, r Victor 

Wheat Mrs H J, r Victor Row 

Whisnant Miss Sallie, r 409 w Tenth 

Whisnant Mrs S A, r 409 w Tenth 

Whisnant T W, Road Master C C RR, 

Whisnant Mrs T W, r 407 w Tenth 

White Miss Connie, dressmaker, rue 

White Miss Carrie, r 701 e Trade 

White Mrs Francis E, dressmaker, r 11 

White Mrs Harvey, r 302 s Trvon 

White J W, Barnett, Bethune & Co, r 701 e Trade 

White John, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 509 w Sixth 

White Miss L Rose, dressmaker, rue Sixth 

White Mrs Mary, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r 509 w Sixth 

White R M, R M White & Co grocers, r 701 e Trade 

Whiti: R M & Co, wholesale and reiail grocers 39 e Trade 

White Mrs R M, r 701 e Tiade 

White Mrs S C, r 403 e Seventh 

White W C, bookkeeper R M White & Co, 701 e Trade 

Whitehead Mis S L, r 405 s Tryon 

Whitehurst Stuart A, machinist, r 616 e Ninth 

Whiteh urst Mrs Sarah J, r 616 e Ninth 

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in his line, for he carries the LARGEST STO r K and 
gives the LOWEST PRICES IN" CHARLOTTE. 



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r 207 e Seventh 
r 2S e Trade (up 



Whitesides Mrs Teresa L, r 700 s C 
Whitesides Miss A S, r 700 s C 
Whitsett A M, R & D R R, r 34 s Tryon 
Whitsett Mrs A M. r 34 s Tryon 
Whitt D S, marble cutter, bds n s Mint 
Whittington Wm, fireman, r 806 w Trade 
Wilder Dr H M county physician 3 w Trade, 
Wilder Mrs H M, r 207 e Seventh 
Wilder Gaston H, bkkeeper R T Beck & Co 

stairs) 

Wiley Wm [, tinner, r 512 n Pine 
Wiley Miss Mary E, r 512 n Pine 
Wilkerson Mrs Laura, r 502 n B 

Wilkerson W C, bkkeeper M & F Nat Bank, bds 216 w Fourth 
Wilkerson Mrs W C, bds 216 w Fourth 
Wilkerson Miss Carrie, r 504 n B 
Wilkerson Charles E, printer, r 502 n B 
Wilkerson Miss Fanny, r 628 n College 
Wilkerson W T, commission merchant, r 306 n 
Wilkes I Renwick, r 508 w Trade 
Wilkes Mrs Jane R, r 508 w Trade 
WHkes John, manager M I Wks, r 508 w Trade 
Wilkes J F, supt M I Wks, r so8 w Trade 

T HE BUFORI) HOTEL 

A Charlotte. N. C. 



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Is regarded as one of the best South— Its rooms 
x=>, especially are commended for the ex- 
(£))) celleuce of its beds and furniture. Table 
uusurpassetl. Geo. W. Kittelle, Prop'k. 



Wilkes Paul corresponding elk M I Wks, r 508 w Trade 

Willeford J A, tailor 229 s Tryon, r 229 s Tryon 

Willeford Mrs J A, r 229 s Tryon 

Williams Mrs Almeda, r Oates Row 

Williams Mrs Annie, r 713 s A 

Williams Miss Addie W, teacher, r 603 n Tryon 

Williams Miss Bettie, r 507 s Tryon 

Williams Charles, elk Racket Ston , bds 402 w Fifth 

Williams Ernest S, mouHer M 1 Wks, r 8 w Fifth 

Williams Mrs* Earnest S. r 8 w Fifth 

Williams Geo J, elk H C Irwin, r 305 w Fourth 

Williams Mrs H C, r 309 w Sionewall 

Williams John F, travelling salesman, r 713 s A 

Williams } P, carpenter, r 309 w Stonewall 

Williams Mrs Lucretia, r 20S s Church 

Williams N S, wks Charlotte Cotton Mills, r Oates Row 

Williams Miss Susie, r 507 s Tryon 

Williams Mrs S E, r 507 s Tryon 

Williams Col W A, farmer, r 601 e Trade 

Williamson Miss Gertrude, teacher, r 200 n B 

Williamson John I), elk Baker's Music House, r w Eighth 

Williamson Mrs M A, r 200 n B 

Williamson R J, travelling salesman, r Buford Hotel 



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MUGS, CHEMICALS, * sp a ec L & <?,. PATENT MEDIGINE ? 

U Cor. Trade & College Sts. V 1 J " ^ CHARLOTTE, N. C. VJ 



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Williamson S W, r 301 w Trade 

Willingham W A, conductor R & D R R, r 400 n Pine 

Willingham Mrs E, r 400 n Pine 

Willis Miss Beulah, r 213 e Seventh 

Willis J H, restaurant 37 w Trade, r 213 e Seventh 

Willis Mrs J H, r 213 e Seventh 

Wills Miss Gertrude, r 400 s Mint 

Wills Miss Lou, r 400 s Mint 

Wills O L, painter, r 400 s Mint 

Wills Mrs O L, r 400 s Mint 

Willmann A R, gunsmith, locksmith and plumber 34 n Tryon, r 

207 s Myers 
Willmann Ernest, wks A R Willmann, r 207 s Myers 
Willmann Mrs Rudolph, r 207 s Myers 
Wilson Mrs Alice, r 408 n A 
Wilson C, r 305 n College 
Wilson Miss Eula, r 410 e Seventh 
Wilson Mrs E C, r 502 n B 
Wilson Geo E, Solicitor Crim Court, room 9 Law Building, r 

302 s Tryon 
Wilson Mrs Geo E, r 302 s Trvon 

Wilson I H, supt Charlotte Street Railway Co, r 501 n B 
Wilson Joseph, fireman R ct D R R, r 408 n A 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Wilson J F, carpenter, r Oates Row 

Wilson J Harvey, mfgr, r 214 s Tryon 

Wilson J W, elk W Kaufman & Co, r 410 e Seventh 

Wilson Mrs Joseph H, r 214 s Tryon 

Wilson Mrs Laura, r 410 e Seventh 

Wilson Mrs I J, 1 Oates Row 

Wilson Mrs Lura, r Liberty nr A 

Wilson Miss Lydia J, r 313 s Mint 

Wilson Mrs Mary C, r 709 s A 

Wilson Mrs Martha J, r Oates Row 

Wilson Mrs Mary L, r 302 s Tryon 

Wilson Miss Minnie, r 709 s A 

Wilson R S, carpenter, r 709 s A 

Wilson Samuel, carpenter, r Oates Row 

Wilson Drug Co The (incorporated), drugs 20 e Trade 

Wilson Wm C, elk Hammond & Justice, r Liberty nr A 

Wilson W M, pres Wilson Drug Co, r 704 e Trade 

Wilson Mrs W M, r 704 e Trade 

Winchester John, wks C C Mnfg Co, r 311 s Church 

Winchester Mrs EJ, wks C C Mnfg Co, r 311 s Church 

Windle Mrs R C, r 301 n Myers 

Wingate Mrs Ann, r 404 s Tryon 

Wingate Mrs E J, r s end of s Trvon nr Fair Grounds 

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Wingate John, engineer R & D R R, r 404 s Tryon 

Wingate W C, laborer C C R R, r s end s Tryon nr Fair 

Ground 
Withers B F, W W Ward & Co, r 208 e Sixth 
Withers Mrs B F, r 208 e Sixth 
Withers C A, R M White & Co, r 200 n Myers 
Withers Mrs C A, r 200 n Myers 

Withers J D, watchman R & D R R, r 305 e Seventh 
Withers J S, cotton weigher, r Liberty cor s B 
Withers Mrs J S, r Liberty cor s B 
Withers J T, confectioner 27 e Trade, r 305 e Seventh 
Witherspoon C, engineer R&DRR, run Cedar 
Witherspoon John, asst cotton weigher, r 411 s Tryon 
Witherspoon J L, stone mason, r 812 n Church 
Witherspoon Mrs J L, r 812 n Church 
Witherspoon Mrs MA, r 41 1 s Tryon 
Witherspoon R S, r 411 s Tryon 
Witherspoon Mrs S E, r 1 1 n Cedar 
Witherspoon W H, mail agent, r 309 s Tryon 
Witherspoon W J, elk R H Jordan & Co, r Buford Hotel 
Wittkowsky S, wholesale drygoods 12 w Trade, r 408 w Trade 
Wittkowsky Mrs S, r 408 w Trade 
Wolfe J K, r 710 e Trade 



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Wolfe Mrs J K, r 710 e Trade 

Woodward, John, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 223 e Trade 

Woodsides W M, compositor, r Swinson House 

Woollen E A, brickmason, r 9 n Clarkson 

Woollen J W, brickmason. r 207 n Clarkson 

Woollen Mrs J W, r 207 n Clarkson 

Woollen John W, brickmason, r 9 n Clarkson 

Woollen Mrs Mary E, r 9 n Clarkson 

Woollen Miss Mollie, r 9 n Clarkson 

Wooten Charles, conductor C, C&ARR, ri2s 

Worley Tom, elk Racket Store, r 311 w Seventh 

Worley Sidney J, elk Racket Store, r 311 w Seventh 

Worley MrsS J, r 311 w Seventh 

Worsham Mrs Maggie, dressmaker T L Seigle & Co, r 401 n 

Pine 
Worthen Mrs Alice, linen mistress Central Hotel, r Central Hotel 
Wright Miss Esther, r 212 e Sixth 
Wriston Miss Bessie, r 409 e Trade 
Wriston Henry M, elk Liddell Co, r 409 e Trade 
Wriston Mrs LM, r 511 w Trade 
Wriston Lloyd R, W H Wearn & Co, r Paw Creek 
Wriston Miss Lucy, r 409 e Trade 
Wriston Miss Minnie, r 409 e Trade 



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209 S. Tryon Street. 

Charlotte. N. C. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — WHITE. 



Wriston Mrs M E, r 409 e Trade 

Wyche Frank P, teacher, r 605 n Church 

Wyche Mrs Frank P, r 605 n Church 

Wynn C W, grocer and painter 506 n Tryon, r 206 s Myers 

Wynn Mrs C W, r 206 s Myers 

Wysong Mrs E B, r Liberty nr A 

Wysong Miss Ella, r Liberty nr A 

Wysong O C, undertaker, r Liberty nr A 

YANDLE Mrs Hattie, r 700 e Eighth 
Yandle Stewart, pedler, r 700 e Eighth 
Yarborough Richard, bds 402 w Trade 
Yates Miss Addie P, r 712 s Tryon 
Yates Miss Bettie, 712 s Tryon 
Yates Miss Mamie W, r 712 s Tryon 
Yates Mrs S S, r 712 s Tryon 
Yates Wm J, compositor, r 712 s Tryon 
Yoss Gottieb, tailor, r 706 n C 
Yoss Mrs Wilhelmina, r 706 n C 
Young Miss Addie, 800 n Tryon 
Young A M, elk H Baruch, r 801 s Tryon 
Young Mrs Bessie C, r 801 s Tryon 
Young Ernest F, Jno W Miller & Co, r 800 n Tryon 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Young Mrs Ida L, r 214 w Tenth 

Young Mrs J A, r 800 n Tryon 

Young J B. grocer 902 n Tryon, r 902 n Tryon 

Young J H, ticket agent R&DRR, r 214W Tenth 

Young Laura, r 902 n Tryon 

Young Miss Lelia, r 800 n Tryon 

Young R E, Young & Rhyne, r 210 e Seventh 

Young Mrs R E, r 210 e Seventh 

Young Mrs Rosie, r 2 e Old Boundary 

Young Mrs S V, boarding house 702 n Tryon 

Young Miss Sallie, r 702' n Tryon 

Young & Rhyne, wholesale and retail grocers, 23 w Trade 

ZEIGLER JOHN, carpenter, 814 n Church 
Zeigler Miss Lizzie, r 309 vv Seventh 
Zeigler Mrs Mary, r S14 n Church 
Zimmerman J W, elk ^o Ex Co, r 509 w Trade 
Zimmerman Miss Mamie, r 509 w Trade 

Zimmerman P P, traveling salesman M I Woks, r 509 w Trade 
Zimmerman Mrs P P. r 509 w Trade 
Zingkraf Fred, tailor, wks John Vogel, r 609 e Eighth 
Zingkraf Mrs Mary, r 609 e Eighth 



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ABERNATHY ANN, washerwoman, r 422 w Hill 
Abernathy Augustus, butcher Joe Klouse, r 422 w Hill 
Abernathy Haywood, carpenter, r 422 w Hill 
Abernathy Lizzie, washerwoman, r 310 s Graham 
Abernathy Sallie, nurse Mrs Cormack, r rear 308 s College 
Adams Anna, nurse, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Adams Bettie. washerwoman, r southern suburbs 
Adams Dicey, washerwoman, r Rudisill Mine 
Adams Henry, farmer, r Rudisill Mine 
Adams Isaac, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Adams Jane, washerwoman, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Adams foe, laborer, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Adams John, miner, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Adams Violet, cook, J Wilkes, r 508 w Trade 
Adger Jane, washerwoman, r s A cor e First 
Adger Robert, wks C, C & A R R, r s A cor e First 
Adkins Martha, washerwoman, r 205 e Third 
Alexander Alfred, farmer, r Biddleville 
Alexander Amelia, r Biddleville 
Alexander Anna, cook, r 18 n B 
Alexander Annie, washerwoman, r 304 n Myers 
Alexander Ann, r 303 s D 

Alexander Bettie, washerwoman, r 216 s Johnston 
Alexander Bettie, cook, r rear 404 s Johnston 
Alexander Bella, r 806 n Graham 
Alexander Bella, laborer, r 608 e Eighth 
Alexander Cecelia, r Greenville 
Alexander Charlotte, cook, r 714 e Sixth 
Alexander Charlotte, r Greenville 
Alexander Christiana, washerwoman, r 514 e Sixth 
Alexander Dorcas, cook, 515 e Sixth 
Alexander Elijah, laborer, r 514 e Sixth 
Alexander Eliza, cook, r 304 e Ninth 



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R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



Electric Lights in the South. 



Alexander Ellen, r s Myers nr e Stonewall 

Alexander Fanny, r 602 s Mint 

Alexander Francis B, laborer, r 300 n Pine 

Alexander George, r alley rear Central Hotel 

Alexander Henrietta, cook, 309 n Pine 

Alexander Harriet, nurse, r 513 s D 

Alexander Hattie, washerwoman, r 404 s Johnston 

Alexander Henry, carpenter, r s Myers near Stonewall 

Alexander Hope, laborer, r 42S s Myers 

Alexander Isaac, farmer, r Biddleville 

Alexander James, fireman C C R R, r S06 n Graham 

Alexander Jane, washerwoman, r 714 n E 

Alexander Jane, cook, r 515 e Sixth 

Alexander Jane, washerwoman, r 815 n C 

Alexander John, laborer, r Greenville 

Alexander John, laborer, r 309 n Pine 

Alexander Rev J P, St John's Chapel, r 604 e Fourth 

Alexander Julius, laborer, r rear 413 n College 

Alexander Junius, wks oil mill, r Biddleville 

Alexander J W, farmer, r Biddleville 

Alexander Laura, washerwoman, r 2 Middle 

Alexander Laura, washerwoman, r 917 n Tryon 

Alexander Lee, wks R & D R R, r 404 s Johnston 

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Alexander Lou, cook, r 515 e Sixth 

Alexander Lorrie, washerwoman, r n end Poplar 

Alexander Maggie, r 604 e Fourth 

Alexander Maria, r 709 e Stonewall 

Alexander Martha, r Biddleville 

Alexander Mary, washerwoman, r 614 e Eighth 

Alexander Mary, r alley rear Central Hotel 

Alexander Mary, washerwoman, r nr Fair Grounds 

Alexander Milton, peddler, r 608 e Eight 

Alexander Nancy, washerwoman, r 407 n D 

Alexander Robert, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Alexander Mrs Roxie, washerwoman, r 300 w First 

Alexander Thomas, drayman, r 8co s Church 

Alexander Tom, laborer, r 515 e Sixth 

Alexander Walter, porter H C Irwin, r 411 w First 

Alexander Walter, wks Charlotte Hotel, r 35 s College 

Alexander Wm, laborer, r Greenville 

Alexander Zelline, r Biddleville 

Allen Frank, brakeman CCRR.r n Church nxc C C R R 

Allen Hattie, washerwoman, r n Church 

Allison Alex, laborer cotton platform, r 415 w Hill 

Allison Mrs Jennie, washerwoman, r 415 w Hill 

Allison Martha, housegirl, r Brothers Alley nr n Tryon 

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Allison Mary, cook, r 211 e Seventh 

Allison Mary, r e Third bet D and E 

Alston Mrs Mary D, r 326 s Graham 

Alston Rev P P, Rector St Michael's Church, r 326 s Graham 

Anderson Adam, laborer, r 404 n' C 

Anderson John, section hand R & D R R, r 408 s Johnston 

Anderson John, laborer, r 404 w Fifth 

Anderson Margaret, cook W Badger, r 18 w Seventh 

Anderson Mary, cook Dr E Nye Hutchison, r 402 w Twelfth 

Anderson Violet, washerwoman, r 404 n C 

Andrews Minerva, r 400 w Sixth 

Andrews Phcebe, cook J H Henderson, r 511 Poplar 

Ardrey Eliza, cook, r rear 413 n College 

Ardrey Henry, laborer, r rear 413 n College 

Ardrey Lucinda, washerwoman, r rear 310 w Morehead 

Ardrey Phcebe, r 501 n Myers 

Armistead Maria, washerwoman, r 401 s College 

Armstrong George, porter R Arndt, r 209 w Second 

Armstrong Henry painter, r 218 e Old Boundary nr s E 

Armstrong Jennie, r 218 e Old Boundary near s E 

Arthur Duncan, wks city Rock Quarry, r near Fair Grounds 

Arthur Mrs Ella, r w side s Tryon, nr Fair Ground 

Asbury Junius, waiter, r 714 n E 

ERTTVflI?n UflTVT Solicits the patronage of old and new guests— 
DOiUIiU nUliviVi guaranteeing absolute satisfaction to all. 
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Asbury Lizzie, washerwoman, r Biddleville 

Asbury Jerry, waiter Gresham's Eating House, r Biddleville 

Austin Nelson, R R hand, r 508 e Second 

Austin Presanda, r 508 e Second 

Avery Emma, washerwoman, r 801 s Church, 

Avery John, porter, r s end s Church 

Avery Lizzie, washerwoman, r 30S w Morehead 

Avery Mary, cook, r s end s Church 

BAKER HATTIE, cook, r 303 w Second 
Baker John, wks Central Hotel, r 211 s Mint 
Baker Lucy, cook, r 211 s Mint 
Bangle Hattie, laundress, r 207 s PoDlar 
Bangle Sarah, laundress, r 207 s Poplar 
Banks Louisa, laundress, r 211 e Third 
Banks Ellen, r 408 e Stonewall 
Banks Delaware, r 408 e Stonewall 
Banks Susan, cook, r 428 s Mint 

Banner Lewis, laborer Cotton Mills, r 213 w Morehead 
Banner Susan, cook, r 213 w Morehead 
Barber Annie, laundress, r 408 s Graham 
Barber Cecelia, laundress, r 815 e Fifth 
Barber Charlotte, laundress, r 210 w Third 



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Barber Hattie, r 507 s D 

Barber Henry, laborer, r 815 e Fifth 

Barber Iola, laundress, r 208 w Fourth 

Barber James, coachman, r 210 w Third 

Barber John, coachman, r 210 w Third 

Barber Martha Jane, laundress, r 208 w Fourth 

Barber Martha, laundress, r 208 w Fourth 

Barber Robert, wks candy factory, r 208 w Fourth 

Barber Robert, r 507 s D 

Barbpr Tilman, laborer, r 208 vv Fourth 

Barber Wm, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 408 n Graham 

Barkster, barber at Central Hotel, r 206 w Fourth 

Barnes Eliza, laundress, r 415 vv Sixth 

Barnes Matilda, cook, r 415 w Sixth 

Barnes Nathan, butler, r 415 w Sixth 

Barnett Green, gardener, r 704 e Fourth 

Barnett Margaret, laundress, r 704 e Fourth 

Barnwell Dora, nurse, r 709 s Graham 

Barrett Frank, laborer, r 907 n College 

Barrett Rose, cook, r 907 n College 

Barrett Sallie, cook, r s end Church 

Barringer Charles, drayman J L Davis & Son, r Greenville 

Barringer Charley, drayman, r n Graham extension 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Barringer Cornelia, cook, rn Graham extension 

Barringer Dinah, cook, r n Graham extension 

Barringer Hattie, r 302 s E 

Barringer James, laborer, r n Graham extension 

Barringer Mary, nurse, r n Graham extension 

Barringer Marv, chambermaid Col R M Oates, r Biddleville 

Bates Jacob, coachman, r 506 s Tryon 

Beard Charlotte, r 210 w Tenth 

Beard Geo, laborer, r 410 n A 

Beard Mary, cook, i - 4io n A 

Beard Robert, laborer, r 215 s B 

Bearden Mrs R C, r 401 s Graham 

Beaton Katie, laundress, r 306 w First 

Beattie Francis, r 312 s C 

Beattie Samuel, wks Oil Mill, r 312 s C 

Beattie William, laborer, r 312 s C 

Beatty Diana, r Biddleville 

Beatty Rena, laundress, r 40S s Johnston 

Bell Cora, r 400 s Myers 

Bell Esther, r Biddleville 

Bell Freeman, porter Wilson Drug Co, r 400 s Myers 

Bell Jane, laundress, r rear 13 Middle 

Bell Mag, laundress, r 303 w Second 







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Bell Robert, farmer, r Biddleville 

Bell Sallie, r 400 s Myers 

Bell Scott, laborer, r 13 Middle 

Bell Viny, laundress, r graded school grounds 

Bell Walter, porter Wilson Drug Co, r 400 s Myers 

Benton Annie, laundress, r 31 1 n C 

Benton J C, laborer, r 311 n C 

Bergen Bella, r Biddleville 

Bergen John, butcher, r Biddleville 

Berry Hettie, cook, r Wadsworth's alley 

Berry James, wks cotton compress, r e Third nr R & D R R 

Berry Sallie, seamstress, r e Third nr R & D R R 

Bethel Julia, r 622 s Church 

Bethel Sarah, seamstress, 622 s Church 

Bird Henry, r 509 e First 

Biggers Dave, drayman, 1-217 n C 

Bergen John M, r Biddleville 

Bergen Julia, house girl, r Biddleville 

Bergen Sylva, cook, r Biddleville 

Biggers Sallie, laundress, r 217 n C 

Black Amelia, laundress, r Summerville's Row 

Black Cobb, butler Col Wm Johnston, r Greenville 

Black Lettie, r Greenville 



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to call upon him, guaranteeing them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 

Black Phillip, laborer, r Summerville's Row 

Blackburn Sallie, cook, r 313 n College 

Blackwell Eliza, laundress, r 202 vv Morehead 

Blackwell Hiram, wks E H DeC.imp, r 202 w Morehead 

Blackwood Ella, cook, r 716 s Poplar 

Blackwood George, whitewasher, r 410 e First 

Blackwood Henry, laborer, r 219 w Morehead 

Blackwood Jane, laundress, r 410 e First 

Blake Phyllis, laundress, r so suburbs 

Blakeny Artig, r 510 e First 

Blakenev Berry, wks Express office, r 5ioe First 

Blakely Mary, cook, r 216 s Johnston 

Blair Eliza, laundress, r rear 11 Middle 

Bland Clarice, cook, r 206 w Fifth 

Bland Henry, wks Oil Mil;, r Biddleville 

Bland Mary, housegirl, r 206 w Pifch 

Bland Minnie, r Biddleville 

Boatwright Mary, chambermaid, r 806 e Seventh 

Bogan Ada, housegirl, r Biddleville 

Bogan Mary, nurse, r Biddleville 

Bogan Stephen, carpenter, r Biddleville 

Boger Emma, r 310 w Morehead 

Bofrer Jennie, cook, r 514 e Sixih 



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Bonner Fanny C, laundress, r 612 e Eighth 

Bonner George, laborer R & D R R, r 505 w Second 

Bonner Mary, cook, r 12 w Sixth 

Bonner Susan, r 505 w Second 

Booker Thomas, butler R M Oates, r 501 n Tryon 

Boulware Henry S, carpenter, r 226 e Old Boundary 

Boulware Mary, r 226 e Old Boundery 

Boulwer Louisa, r 613 e Stonewall 

Bowler Alice, r 613 e Tenth 

Bowler John, wks R & D R R, r 613 e Tenth 

Bowman Judy, cook, 610 e Fourth 

Boyd Amanda, r 16 Wadkin's Row 

Boyd Larkin, laborer, r S06 n Graham 

Boyd Moses, marble rubber, r 515 e Third 

Boyden Nat, coachman, r rear 209 n D 

Boyden Sallie, cook, r rear 209 n D 

Boyte Emmeline, nurse, r 11 w Eighth 

Bradley Christiana, r 506 n Smith 

Bradley Simpson, keeper Pinewood Cemetery, r 506 n Smith 

Bradshaw Dinah, r Biddleville 

Bradshaw Mary, r R & D R R, bet Third and Fourth 

Bradshaw Thomas, r R & D R R, bet Third and Fourth 

Bradshaw William, blacksmith, r Biddleville 



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Bratton Andrew, laborer, rS Edwards' row 

Bratton Clayburn, r 200 e Old Boundary 

Bratton Frances, laundress, r 8 Edwards's Row 

Bratton Sylva, r 200 e Old Boundary 

Brawley Mollie, r C, C & A R R, bet Poplar and Mint 

Bray Alice, 608 w Hill 

Bray Sydney, laborer, r 608 w Hill 

Brem Philip, drayman, r 12 Summerville's Row 

Brem Sallie, laundress, r 12 Summerville's Row 

Brevard Emma, laundress, r 524 s Mint 

Brittain Susan, laundress, r w Third 

Bronson Charlotte, cook, r 404 e Fifth 

Brooks H B, waiter Buford Hotel, r 809 s Church 

Brooks Millie E, laundress, r S09 s Church 

Broom Joe, laborer, r 714 e Seventh 

Broom Hannett, laundress, r 714 e Seventh 

Brown Amanda, nurse, r 405 s Graham 

Brown Amanda, r Biddleville 

Brown Amanda, cook, r 506 s Trvon 

Brown Anna, chambermaid A Burwell, r 705 n Tryon 

Brown Armstead, tanner, r Biddleville 

Brown Bedford, gardener, r 401 s C 

Brown Catherine, r 412 s Church 



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Brown Calvin, wks M I Wks, r Biddleville 

Brown Ella, r Biddleville 

Brown Cora L, r 207 w Third 

Brown Cornelia, cook, rSi2 w Trade 

Brown Eliza, r 505 w Hill 

Brown Elvira, laborer, r 14 Middle 

Brown Gertrude, r s end s Tryon 

Brown Grace, cook, r s end s Tryon 

Brown Harriet, laundress, r 210 n College 

Brown Harriet, cook, r Greenville 

Brown Isaiah, porter R Arndt, r 305 s Graham 

Brown J, r 514 e First 

Brown James, brickmason, r 412 s Church 

Brown Jane, laundress, r n Church 

Brown John, drayman, r 505 w Hill 

Brown John, blacksmith, bds n Tryon 

Brown John, waiter R R eating house, r 313 s Graham 

Brown John, brakeman C C R R, r n Church 

Brown John, carpenter, r 412 s Church 

Brown Julius, laborer, r 412 s Church 

Brown J W, r 207 w Third 

Brown Lena, cook, r 602 n Church 

Brown Lewis, drayman, r Greenville 



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Brown Lizzie, cook, r 715 s Poplar 

Brown Marinda, r 410 s E 

BrownjMartha, cook, r rear 817 s Tryon 

Brown Mary, laundress, r 412 s Church 

Brown Mary, laundress, r n Church 

Brown Mary, housegirl, r 206 w Third 

Brown Mary, laundress, 1*715 s Poplar 

Brown Melinda, laundress, r 212 s Poplar 

Brown Nanny, r 716 e Second 

Brown Rena, r Lomax's Row 

Brown Rena, r 511 s E 

Brown Rcse, laundress, r 305 s Graham 

Brown Sallie, 401 s C 

Brown Sallie, laundress, r 212 s Poplar 

Brown Sam, miner, r 14 Middle 

Brown Thomas, farmer, 1 715 s Poplar 

Brown Tillie, nurse, r s College 

Brown Wallace, wks J W Wadsworth's stable, r 210 n College 

Brown Wm, porter, J H Van Ness, r Lomax Row 

Brown Wiiliam, r 29 Watkins Row between e First and Second 

Brown William, wks Van Ness, r 511 s E 

Bryan Miss Mamie, r 816 s Graham 

Brvant Davie, r 816 n Graham 



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5 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Bryant Mrs Harriet, washerwoman, r 324 s Graham 

Bryant Stephen, tinner R Moore, r 324 s Graham 

Bryce Emeline, r 604 e Second 

Bryce Daniel, laborer, r 202 s E 

Bryce Laura, r 202 s E 

Bryce Mrs Octavia, laborer, r 9 middle st, bet Tryon and Church 

Bryce Willis, carpet layer, r 9 Middle st, bet Tryon and Church 

Bryce Winnie, r 304 s E 

Burch Charlotte, cook, r 806 e Seventh 

Burgins Maggie, chambermaid Shannon House 

Burket Amelia, washerwoman, r 713 c Stonewall 

Burket Henry, shoemaker, r 713 e Stonewall 

Burkhead Josie, washerwoman, r 920 e Pifth 

Burns Martha I, r 407 e Boundary bet Stonewall & Hill 

Burton Adolphus, wks Dr McAden, r nr 606 n Tryon 

Burton Mrs Bessie, cook, r Prather's Row n end Poplar 

Burton Mrs Esther, cook, r 804 s Tryon 

Burton Mrs Fanny, washerwoman, r S08 e Fifth 

Burton Frank, laborer, r 808 e Filth 

Burton George, laborer, r Prathers Row n end Poplar 

Burton Mrs Gertrude, r n end n Tryon 

Burton James, fireman C C R R, r n end n Tryon 

Burton Lilly, house girl, r Millers Alley 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 

Burton Lucy, washerwoman, r Prathers Row n end Poplar 

Burton Malinda, cook T S Brown, 402 e Trade 

Burton Melinda, cook, r 412 n C 

Burton Rachel, cook, Miller's Alley 

Burton William, laborer, r Prather Row n end Poplar 

Butler Augustus, brickmason, r Biddleville 

Butler Mrs Clarissa, washerwoman, r 815 s Mint 

Butler Mrs Clementina, dressmaker, 308 n C 

Butler E W, barber Buford House, r 308 n C 

Butler Eliza, seamstress, r 208 s Graham 

Butler Hazel, brickmason, r Biddleville 

Butler Joseph, brickmason and plasterer, r Biddleville 

Butler Nanny, r Biddleville 

Butler Mary, cook, r 405 s Church 

Butler Pelham, porter So Ex Co, r 208 s Graham 

Butler Vine, laborer R & D R R, r 815 s Mint 

Byers Carrie, nurse, r 209 n D 

Byers Frank, carpenter, r southern end Church 

Byers Hattie, nurse, r 412 s Tryon 

Byers Isaac, laborer, r w side R & D R R, bet 8 and Ninth 

Byers John, laborer, r 209 n D 

Byers Louisa, cook R Moore, r 315 w Tenth 

Byers Milly, washerwoman, r R & D R R bet 8th and Ninth 



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Byers Pink, wks Smith & Durham, r 227 s C 
Bynum Annie, cook, 301 n Myers 

CALDWELD ABRAM, laborer, r Southern Suburbs 
Caldwell Alex, brakeman R & D R R, r 711 w Hill 
Caldwell Amanda, cook Capt Wm Clarkson, r iS w Fifth 
Caldwell Charles, r 606 e Fourth 
Caldwell Cornelius, butlei, r 311 n Church 
Caldwell Dinah, cook Mrs W. J F Liddell's, r 606 e Fourth 
Caldwell Elam, laborer, r 509 e Sixth 
Caldwell Emma, teacher, r 512 n Myers 
Caldwell George, laborer, r rear of 303 w Second 
Caldwell Georgie, washerwoman, r nr Standard Oil Works 
Caldwell Harvey, hostler, r 25 e Fifth 

Caldwell Hattie, washerwoman, r 606 s Johnson (Butts Alley) 
Caldwell Henry, farmer, r Lenox Row, rear w Hill 
Caldwell Henry, plasterer, r Lenox Alley, rear 416 w Hill 
Caldwell Jane, laborer, r southern suburbs, nr Rudisill Mine 
Caldwell Jasper, laborer, r 416 w Hill 
Caldwell John, wks Central Hotel, r 22 s Poplar 
Caldwell Juiia, housegirl, r 413 w Trade 
Caldwell Kate, washerwoman, r 613 e First 

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Is noted for the excellence of all that tends to 
contribute to the comfort of its guests. Terms: 
"!2. to $8,50 per day. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Caldwell Sila, wks Dr O'Donoghue, r 400 e Trade 

Caldwell Lizzie, cook, r 509 e Sixth 

Caldwell Louis, laborer, r 901 s Church 

Caldwell Lula, r 25 e Fifth 

Caldwell May, nurse, r Biddleville 

Caldwell Martha, cook, r 413 w Trade 

Caldwell Mary, washerwoman, r 711 w Hill 

Caldwell Mary, chambermaid at Buford Hotel, r 22 s Poplar 

Caldwell Mary, r Southern Suburbs, nr Rudisill Mine 

Caldwell Millie, washerwoman, r Lenox Row 

Caldwell Nelson, well digger, r 606 s Johnston (Butts Alley) 

Caldwell Sallie, cook Mrs J L Chambers, r 800 e Trade 

Caldwell Sallie, r 901 s C 

Caldwell Saml J, farmer, 512 n Myers 

Caldwell Thomas, miner, r nr Standard Oil Works 

Caldwell Tilly,' cook D P Hutchison, r 603 n Tryon 

Caldwell Wm, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 407 n D 

Calhoun Laura, nurse J F Orr, r 506 e Trade 

Campbell Anna, washerwoman, r 418 s Graham 

Campbell James, farmer, r 418 s Graham 

Campbell Henry, wks C S Railway Co, r Seversville 



Campbell Jane, r 413 e Hill 

Campbell John, drayman, r 305 w Trade 



work for the People's Interest 
in Maintaining LOW PRICES 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



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Campbell Minerva, cook, r 305 vv Trade 

Cansler Anna, cook, r 213 w Second 

Cansler Annie, cook, r 311 n Fifth 

Cansler Augustus, waiter Central Hotel, r 600 n Poplar 

Canada)' Hattie, cook, r Alley nr Central Hotel 

Cansler Henry, laborer, r 213 w Second 

Cansler Isaac, laborer, r 213 w Second 

Cansler Margaiet, r 213 w Second 

Cansler Mary, cook J F Smith, r 600 n Poplar 

Canty F C, barber Central Hotel, r 500 e Seventh 

Canty Chaney. r 500 e Seventh 

Canty Ella, teacher, r 500 e Seventh 

Canty Rebecca, teacher, r 500 e Seventh 

Cansler Rufus, butler r 213 w Second 

Cansler Rufus, drayman 409 e Old Boundary 

Cardvvell Martha, 507 e Seventh 

Cardwell Hunter, carriage maker, r 507 e Seventh 

Caroline Peter, wks R & D R R, r 823 s Mint 

Caroline Mrs Adeline, cook, r 823 s Mint 

Carothers Nancy, r 926 e Fifth 

Carpenter A T, r Biddeville 

Carpenter Lavvson, carpenter, r Biddleville 

Carpenter Rocksv. r Biddleville 



The D. A. 'Tompkins Company Install all kinds of 
Electric Light Plants. 

Carpenter Winnie, r Biddleville 

Carr Abner, wks A B Davidson, r rear 303 s Tryon 

Carr Junius, drayman, r 302 e Eighth 

Carr Maria, r 5 Wadkins Row bet e First and Second 

Carr Nina, r 14 w Hill 

Carr Thomas, r 5 Wadkins Row bet e First and Second 

Carson Allen, laborer, r 205 w First 

Carson Cynthia, cook, r 502 s Tryon 

Carson Dorcas, r 405 w First rear 426 s Mint 

Carson Fanny, r e Third bet D ec £ 

Carson J, wks A C Summerville, r e Third bet D & E 

Carson fane, r 205 w Second 

Carson John, r 30S s E 

Carson Lou, cook S E Todd, r 406 n Church 

Carson Lucinda, r 721 s Church 

Carson Martha, r 30S s E 

Carson William, plasterer, r 30S s E 

Carter Annie, r 422 s Graham 

Carter Fanny, cook, r 204 s Mint 

Carter Hattie, r n Johnston 

Carter Joe, laborer, r 9 E North Boundary 

Carter Joe, waiter Mrs Roessler, r 204 s Mint 

Carter Joseph, farmer, r Brothers Alley, nr C C Pass Depot 



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Carter Martha, r 509 e Seventh 

Carter Millie, Brothers Alley, nr C C Pass Depot 

Carter Rena, cook, r 301 n B 

Carter Sarah, laundress, r 422 s Graham 

Carter W P, wks Elliott & Marsh, r n Johnston 

Carthon Lizzie, laundress, r 604 s Johnston 

Carson Jane, cook, r 603 e First 

Caudle Ben, laborer, r 813 n C 

Caudle Elmira, laundress, r 813 n C 

Chalk Cora, seamstress, r 215 s Tryon 

Chambers John, coachman J L Brown, r 408 e Trade 

Chambers Josephine, laundress, r 806 e Fifth 

Chambers Warner, wks Liddell Co, r 806 e Fifth 

Chambers Wm, r 210 e Old Boundary 

Chambers W M, barber, r e Stonewall 

Chant Annie, cook, r 513 n College 

Chappel John, waiter, r Greenville 

Charles Dolly, r 909 s C 

Charles John Wm, wks Gas Co, r 909 s C 

Charles Sarah, r 909 s C 

Claiborne Phillip, plasterer, r 810 e Seventh 

Clark Bessie, laundress, r 410 e Twelfth 

Clark Carrie, r 603 s E 



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JL Terms : $2. to $2.50 Per Day. George W. Kittelle. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Clark Emma, housegirl, r 217 s B 

Clark Henry, laborer, r 410 e Twelfth 

Clark Ida, laundress, r 15 Wadkins' Row 

Clark Lila, laundress, r s Johnston 

Clark Martin, wks Geo S Hall, r 603 s E 

Clark Matthew, wks Geo S Hall, r 15 Wadkins' 

Clark Mollie, r core Second and s B 

Clark Richard, wks Dodge House, r 

Clark Rufus, shoemaker 6 s Church, 

Clark Samuel, r 15 Wadkins' Row 

Clark Violet, r 10 s Church 

Clawson Maggie, cook J H McAden, r rear 606 n Tryon 

Clemens Samuel, wagoner, r Biddleville 

Cochrane Geo, wks Liddell Co, r Greenville 

Cochrane Lou, r Greenville 

Coffee Ben, laborei, r 704 e Fifth 

Coker Isabella, r 209 s Poplar 

Cohens Eliza Jane, r 600 e Fourth 

Cohens Rev John P, r 600 e Fourth 

Cole Candis, r 709 s Graham 

Cole Lucy, r 709 s Graham 

Coleman Alice, r 20 s Poplar 

Coleman Green, painter, r 20 s Poplar 



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Money and Labor by using Fire Place Heaters. Heats five 

Rooms. Satisfaction guaranteed or monev refunded.- ^ 

J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 "South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



R.T.Beck&Co. 



Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Druggists. 



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' Coleman Nancy, laborer, r 405 n Myers 
Coleman Samuel, laborer, r 405 n Myers 
Collett Lou, cook, r 305 w Fourth 
Conn Alex, wks R & D R R, r 622 s Graham 
Connor Fanny, cook, r 200 n B 
Connor Henry, blacksmith, r 302 n Graham 
Connor Marshall, laborer, r 200 n B 
Connor Jennie, r 408 s C 
Connor John, painter M J Wks, r422 vv Hill 
Connor Laura, r 422 w Hill 
Connor Letitia, r 609 s D 
Connor Louisa, 302 n Graham 
Connor Rachel, r 302 n Graham 
Couser Eliza, cook, r Prather's Row 
Cook John, wks city rock quarry, r 302 w Vance 
Cooper Austin, porter, r 629 s Graham 
Cooper Dempsey, wks Buford Hotel, r S03 s C 
Cooper Elam, drayman, r 612 e First 
Cooper Eliza, r 608 e Fifth 
Cooper Harriet, r 16 Middle 
Cooper Lizzie, cook, r 612 e First 
Cooper Lydia, r 629 s Graham 
Cooper Mary, r rear 208 e Eighth 



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Cooper Sam, wks city rock quarry, r 16 Middle 

Cooper Lena, r 404 n Myers 

Cope Adeline, housamaid Gen R Barringer, r 411 n Tryon 

Cope John, wks Davidson & Griffin, r 211 s Poplar 

Copeland Ellen, r 704 c Tenth 

Copeland foe, porter, r 313 s Mint 

Cornelius |ohn, porter, r 216 w Fourth 

Cornwell Agnes, r 503 e Seventh 

Cornwell Ben, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 503 E Seventh 

Cornwell Louisa, r 503 e Seventh 

Costner Elvira, r 700 e Second 

Council Harriet, s end Tryon 

Covington Adeline, cook, r 307 n B 

Covington Mary, r 27 Wadkins' Row 

Covington Mary, cook, r 507 w Hill 

Covington John, laborer, r 507 w Hill 

Cowans Esther, r s Johnston 

Cowans fames, r Greenville 

Cowans Lee, porter R & D R R, r s Johnston 

Covvles Mary, r 411 e Eighth 

Cowles Sydney A, coffin maker, r 41 1 e Eighth 

Cowser Nora, r 209 s D 

Craig Mary, r 415 w Hill 



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FURNITURE lor Parlor and Library. Furniture 
for Chamber and Kitchen. Furriiure all Qualities and 
Prices. lb VV. Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. 



Beer Bottling Establishment. 



TIDWinn I Vn UCCI oouung E.siaoiisnment. 
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Crane Oscar, brickmason, r 704 e Fourth 

Crane Foster, brickmason, r Greenville 

Crawford Ann, r 714 e Tenth 

Crawford Anson, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 620 e Fourth 

Crawford Charlotte, r R & D R R, nr e Third 

Crawford Geo, wks M I Wks, r 707 s Poplar 

Crawford Godfrey, fireman Cotton Mills, r 508 n Smith 

Crawford Lewis, laborer, r 714 e Tenth 

Crawford Lou, r 620 e Fourth 

Crawford Mary J, cook, 50S n Smith 

Crawford Rosa, rue Old Boundary 

Crawford Sam, wks Elliott & Marsh, r 714 e Tenth 

Crawford Sarah, r 714 e Tenth 

Crawford Vinie, r 707 s Poplar 

Crawford William H, painter, rue Old Boundary 

Cress Becky, cook, r 402 n Myers 

Cress Noah, carpenter, r 402 n Myers 

Cresswell Ella, laundress, r 702 s Church 

Cresswell Mary, cook, r 707 s Church 

Cresswell Wm, candy maker D M Rigler, r 702 s Church 

Crockett Harriet, cook, r nr Fair Grounds 

Crocket Lewis, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 

Crocket William, r 504 s C 



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Charlotte. N. C. ^z=y unsurpassed. Geo. W. Kittelle, Pkop'r. 



Crosby Anna, laundress, r 423 w Third 
Crosby Hester, cook, r 412 s Mint 
Crosby James, wks So Ex Co, r 423 w Third 
m Crosby Regina, r 412 s Mint 
1 l_J Cross Absalom, tel lineman, r 911 n College 

Ch Cross Sallie, cook, r 911 n College 
l\-"* Culp Amanda, laundress, r 708 s Church 
• Culverson Annie, r 907 n College 

1— > Culverson Paul, car coupler, r 907 n College 

Cummings Mary, laundress, R & D R R nr w Hill 
CO Cummings Geo, R R hand, r R ct D R R nr w Hill 

1 Cunningham Robert, r 404 s D 
j » I Cunningham Sallie, r 404 s D 
fZyzL Cunningham Susie, housegirl, r 410 e Stonewall 
. Cunningham Tilly, cook, r 408 n C 

1 Cunningham & Co, grocers, 228 e Trade 
i."** Cunningham Bob, porter E D McGinnis, r 415 w Sixth 
Cunningham John, shoemaker, r 404 s D 
Cunningham Joseph, r 517-19 e Third 
Cunningham Julia, r 517—19 e Third 
Cunningham Lottie, cook, r rear 209 n D 
Cunningham Mack, laboier, r 417 n College 
Cunningham Mary, r 404 s D 

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Cunningham Minnie, nurse, r 408 n C 

DAMMONDS BERRY, drayman, r 700 s Graham 
Dammonds Cora, laundress, r 700 s Graham 
Dammonds Hattie, laundress, r 613 s Poplar 
Dammonds Mary, r 700 s Graham 
Dammonds Mary, nurse, r 501 n Myers 
Dancy Cottie, teacher, r 326 s Graham 
Daniel Dolph, laborer, r 22 Middle 
Daniel James K, porter J W Fetzer, r .805 n Tryon 
Daniel Lucy, laundress, r 22 Middle 
Davenport John, r e Third bet D and E 
Davenport Margaret, r e Third bet D and E 
Davidson Allred, dravman, r 217 w Vance 
Davidson Amanda, laundress, r 201 s Church 
Davidson Ann, cook A B Davidson, r rear 303 s Tryon 
Davidson Annie, cook, r 15 w Morehead 
Davidson Cindy, r 812 e Fifth 
Davidson Cora, chambermaid, r S06 e Seventh 
Davidson David, roofer, r 22 Wadkins' Row- 
Davidson Ed, farmer, r 308 w Morehead 
Davidson Edward VV, teacher, r Biddleville 
Davidson Frank, drayman, r rear 416 w Hill 

The D. A . Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Davidson Graham, laborer, r Greenville 

Davidson Henry, porter S Wittkovvsky, r Biddleville 

Davidson Horace, laborer, r n Graham 

Davidson John C, tinsmith, r 219 e Trade 

Davidson Lula, laundress, r 509 e Seventh 

Davidson Lucy, seamstress, r 12 Summerville's Row 

Davidson Maggie A, r Biddleville 

Davidson Maggie, laundress, r 712 e Tenth 

Davidson Margaret, r Greenville 

Davidson Maria, laundress, r 407 e Third 

Davidson Maria, r 500 w Trade 

Davidson Mark, laborer, r 509 e Seventh 

Davidson Mary, laundress, r rear 416 w Hill 

Davidson Mary, r 312 w Morehead 

Davidson Mary, r 818 n Church 

Davidson Mary, r 407 e Third 

Davidson Moselle, r Biddleville 

Davidson Nancy, r rear 305 w Trade 

Davidson Phillip, blacksmith, r e Third bet D & E 

Davidson Prince, r 407 e Third 

Davidson Rosa, r 22 Wadkins Row, bete First and Second 

Davidson Sarah, r 407 e Third 

Davidson Sarah, 1-772 e Tenth 



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Davidson Sarah, r 201 s Church 

Davidson Sarah r 610 s Johnston (Butts Alley) 

Davidson Sarah Ann, rue Stonewall 

Davidson Thomas, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Davidson White, laborer, r 812 e Fifth 

Davis Alexander, porter R & D R R, r e side R & D R R 

David Alfred, laborer, r 305 n C 

Davis Amanda, laundress, r 307 s Graham 

Davis Antony, laborer, r 511 w First 

Davis Denbo, laborer, r 816 n Church 

Davis Fanny, r alley nr Central Hotel 

Davis Jennie, laundress, r Biddleville 

Davis Jennie, laundress, r 305 n C 

Davis Julia, cook, r 704 e Fifth 

Davis Lizzie, housegirl, r rear 914 n Tryon 

Davis Maggie, cook, r s end Tryon on Fair Grounds 

Davis Mary, r 300 w First 

Davis Minnie, cook, r 623 s Graham 

Davis Monroe, wks Buford House, r alley nr Central Hotel 

Davis Rebecca, r Biddleville 

Davis Richard, laborer, r s Tryon on Fair Grounds 

Davis Robert, laborer, r 623 s Graham 

Davis Sallie, laundress, r 816 n Church 

THE BUFORD HOTEL * s essentially adapted to the requirements of 
_ _ ' traveliug- commercial men, whose patronage is 

„ 4 „ . „ , n , earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

le rms : g to 32.50 per day. QEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

Davis Wm wks Charlotie Cotton Mills, r 307 s Graham 

Davry Annie, laundress, r 613 e Stonewall 

Dawkins Jack, farmer, r 217 w Vance 

Dawkins Mamie, laundress, r 304 w Stonewall 

Delaware Bessie, cook, r 721 n College 

Dean Emily, laundress, r 518 e Sixth 

Dean George, laborer, r 518 e Sixth 

Derr Dora, cook, r4i7 n College 

Derr Harvey, wks Electric Light Co, r 417 n College 

Derr Mary, cook, r 415 w Trade 

Dick John, laborer, r 202 w Tenth 

Dimon Hicks, brickmason. r Biddleville 

Dimon Mary, cook Mrs W C Maffitt, r 406 w Twelfth 

Dimon Melissa, r Biddleville 

Dixon Aaron, fireman M I Wks, r Greenville 

Dixon Alfred, drayman E B Springs, r 300 w First 

Dixon Alice, laundress, r 300 w First 

Dixon Amanda, laundress, r Biddleville 

Dixon Cassie, r Greenville 

Dixon C E, carpenter, r Biddleville 

Dixon Eliza, laundress, r 602 s Johnson (Butts Alley) 

Dixon Ellen, laundress, r Biddleville 

Dixon Harriet, laundress, r 602 s Johnson (Butts Alley) 



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Dixon Joseph, brickmason, r Greenville 

Dixon Lewis, cook Central Hotel, r 402 e Stonewall 

Dixon Mittie, r Greenville 

Dixon Nancy, r 711 e Stonewall 

Dixon Roxanna, r 402 e Stonewall 

Dixon Sydney, wks H Baruch, r 402 e Stonewall 

Dobbins Jettie, cook Mrs Lancaster, r 209 n Graham 

Doby Stephen, r 313 s Graham 

Dockery Clark, porter T L Alexander & Co, r 700 s Graham 

Donnasson Blanche, cook, r 9 Edwards Row, rear 507 w Hill 

Donnasson Ephraim, drayman, r 9 Edwards Row rear 507 w Hill 

Donnell David, cook, r 402 w Trade 

Donovan Isom, laborer, r 907 s Church 

Donovan Susan, laundress, r 907 s Church 

Dorkins Elbert, wks Margolius & Co, r e Old Boundary 

Dougherty Amanda, laundress, r C C & A R R bet Pop & Mint 

Dougherty Lula, laundress, r C C & A R R bet Poplar & Mint 

Dougherty Wm, collarmaker, r C C & A R R bet Pop & Mint 

Douglas Viney, nurse, r 700 e Tenth 

Dunlap Augustus, blacksmith 19 n College, r 210 s Church 

Dunlap Gus, laborer, r 210 w Morehead 

Dunlap Matilda, laundress, r 210 w Morehead 

Dunston Rocksy, r 509 e Third 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
Engines in the South. 

Durham June, laborer, r 816 n Graham 



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Eady Josephene, r 302 e Stonewall 
Earle Addie, r 603 s Mint 

Earle Foster, wks Cotton Compress, r 603 s Mint 
Earls Marita, laundress, s College nr C C & A R R 
Eccles Jonas, r 917 s C 
Eccles Sarah, r 917 s Church 
Eccles William, r 525 e Third 

Edgerton Anna, laundress r e side R & D R R, s of Third 
Edwards Aiice H, laundress, r Biddleville 
Edwards Eveline, nurse, r 211 s Poplar 
Edwards James, r Biddleville 
Edwards fames, r cor e Second and A 
Edwards Mary, cook, r 604 n Church 
Elliott Amanda, laundress, r 604 s Graham 
Elliott Jacob, farmer, r 406 s E 
Elliott Marshall, wks R & D R R, r 640 s Graham 
Elliott Sarah, r 406 s E 
Ellis Allan, welldigger, r 205 n D 
Ellis Arthur, welldigger, r 207 n D 
Ellis Calvin, laborer, r 207 n D 

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is Georgiana, r 21 e Fifth 
is Green, laborer, r 814 e Fifth 
is Hamah, r 514 s C 
is Harmon, miner, r 514 s C 
is Jane, cook, r 207 n D 
is Jane, cook, r 527 e Sixth 

is Jennie, laundress, r southern suburbs nr Fair Ground 
is Nancy, laundress, r S14 e Fifth 

Primus, switch tender R&DRR, r2ie Fifth 
is Sarah, laundress, r 205 n D 
is Tom, butler, r 514 e Sixth 
is VVm, drayman, r 25 e Fifth 
ison Wm, porter John Vanlandingham 
O^ Emmons James, wks R & D R R, r 415 s Mint 
C/3 Emmons Lucinda, laundress, r 415 s Mint 
0-> Erwin Cynthey, laundress, r 704 n E 
« Etheridge Cary, wks R & D R R, r Biddleville 
© Etheridge Mary, laundress, r Biddleville 

' Etheridge Rena, r Biddleville 
<U rJ Evans A B, laborer, r 615 n Myers 
Jf . Evans Cynthy, r 615 n Myers 
(J5 Q£ Evans Delia, r 631 s Graham 

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JJ <J Evans Hilhard, waiter Central Hotel, r 631 s Graham 

s- -q Everhart Lucinda, r 7 e Old Boundary 

rj C Eves Annie, r 506 e Eighth 

Eves Peter, laborer, 506 e Eighth 

j/2~ Eves Nancy, r 506 e Eighth 

^~~| Enines George, farmer, r 419 n D 

;•■— •] Enines Mary, r 419 n D 

T^ r "OAGGART ALFRED, carpenter, r 204 w First 
(— I \P Faggart Eliza, r 204 w First 
• t— 1 Fair Rachel, cook, r 501 w Fourth 
j — ! Falls Ellen, cook, r 210 e Eighth 
•■<— 1 Farrow Alice, nurse, r 310 w Morehead 
G Farrow Andrew, porter, \ 15 e Fifth 
1^1 Farrow Caroline, launsdres, r 15 e Fifth 
qj Farrow Taylor, laborer, r 15 e Fifth 
-4— } Featherstone Ivy, r 611 s Mint 

Featherstone Lucy, laundress, r Soi s Church 
Featherstone Sydney, wks Olive Oil Co, r 611 s Mint 
Ferguson Emeline, cook, r rear 305 w Trade 
Fesperman Johnston, laborer, r 409 w Tenth 
Fesperman Mollie, cook J D Pettus, r 704 w Trade 
Fewell Emanuel, laborer, r5ii w Hill 



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Fewell Sarah, r 51 1 w Hill 

Fishman Forteur, wks Liddell Co, r 209 e Old Boundary nr s E 

Flake John, laborer; r 500 e Eighth 

Flake Maggie, r 500 e Eighth 

Ford Alice, cook e Heath, r 411 e Bound bet Stonewal & Hill 

Ford Baxter, r 226 e Old Boundary nr s Myers 

Ford Carrie, laundress, r 405 e Eighth 

Ford Ella, laundress, r 315 n C 

Ford Isom, laborer, r 315 n C 

Foreman Lou. laundress, r 10 s Church 

Foreman Samuel, laborer, r 10 s Church 

Forney Lucy, r 513 s C 

Foster Emma, laundress, r 412 w Hill 

Foster Harriet, laundress, r Biddleville 

Foster Joseph, brickmason, r4i2 w Hill 

Foster Katy, r 704 s Church 

Foster Sallie, r 412 w Hill 

Foster Wm, plasterer, r 412 w Hill 

Foster Wm, Foster & Jones 207-209 w Vance, r 704 s Church 

Foster Wm, wks Oil Mills, r Biddleville 

Foster & Jones, blacksmiths & carriage repair 207-209 w Vance 

Fowlkes Martha, dressmaker, r 205 w Third 

Fowlkes Pascal, headwaiter Butord Hotel, r 205 vv Third 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
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Fox Caroline, r 409 e Stonewall 

Fox Dulcina. r 726 e Second 

Fox Ida, r 709 s Church 

Fox James, wks C C R R, r 709 s Church 

Fox James, wks Chronicle office, r 409 e Stonewall 

Fox John, wks city quarry, r 417 e Hill 

Fox Julia, r 417 e Hill 

Fox Lawson, r 417 e Hill 

Fox Richard, r 726 e Second 

Fox Wiliiam, r 409 e Stonewall 

Fox Wm, wks Elliott & Marsh, r nr Fair Grounds 

Foy Mary, nurse, r 501 n Myers 

Foy Thomas, laborer, r 314 e Boundary 

Foy Thomas, drayman Long Bros, r nr Pair Grounds 

Franklin James, r 20S s E 

Franklin Martha, r 208 s E 

Franklin Mary, laundress, r 519 e Sixth 

Franklin Polly, r 206 s E 

Franklin Wm H, laborer, r 206 s E 

Frazier S F, student, r Biddleville 

Freeman Joseph J, wks B Nichols, r 614 s E 

Freeman Lucinda, r 310 s C 

Freeman Sarah, r 614 s E 



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French Elizabeth, r Biddleville 
French Henry, wks C C R R, r Biddleville 
French Leu'is, pedler, r rear 805 s C 
French Mary, laundress, r 13 w Morehead 
French Matilda, laundress, r Old Boundary 
French Noah, coachman, r 13 w Morehead 
French Strawther S, cook, r Old Boundary 
Friday Lucy F, r 805 s C 
Fullenvvider Isom, drayman, r vv Sixth 
Fullenwider Susan, cook, r w Sixth 
Fulmore Alex, laborer, r s Johnston ■ 
Fulsom Ai.nie A, r 609 s D 
Fulsom Henry, drayman, r 609 s D 
Fulton Hannah, laundress, r 509 w Second 
Fulton Nelson, laborer R & R R, r 509 vv Second 
Funderburg Annie, cook, r6oo e Seventh 
Funderburg Laura, r 608 e Fifth 
Funderburg Lewis, carpenter, r 600 e Seventh 
Funderburg Lottie, r 313 w Stonewall 

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Gaflney George, miner, r 606 vv Hill 



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Gaffney Giles, shoemaker, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Gaffney Julia, laundress, r 606 s Johnston 

Gaffney Laura, laundress, r 606 w Hill 

Gaffney Marcellus, shoemaker 5 s Church, r 300 vv Third 

Gaffney Mitchell, shoemaker, r s end Church 

Gaffney Mary, nurse, r 300 s Johnston 

Gaffney Nancy, laundress, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Gaskill Anna E, r 503 e Third 

Gaskill Rev James T, r 503 e Third 

Gaston Sallie, cook, r Greenville 

Gibson Andrew, wks Central Hotel, r 701 s B 

Gibson Barton, laborer, r rear 19 e Fifth 

Gibson Carolina, laundress, r Prather's Row 

Gibson Ellen, r 701 s B 

Gibson Emma, r 622 s Graham 

Gibson Ida, laundress, r 719 s Church 

Gibson John, floor boy (hotel), r 719 s Church 

Gibson Leiitia, cook, r rear 19 e Fifth 

Gibson Nancy, cook C M Ethridge, r 710 vv Trade 

Gibson Rosa, laundress, r Prather's Row 

Gibson Sarah, r 411 e Second 

Gibson Tirzy, r 210 n College 

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Gillespie Cooley, cook, r 707 e Seventh 

Gillespie Frances, laundress, r 202 n B 

Gillespie Jennie, laundress, r 920 e Fifth 

Gillespie Harriet, r 707 e Seventh 

Gillespie Hoke, laborer, r 202 n B 

Gilmer Sallie, laundress, r s end Church 

Gilmore J, laborer, r rear 613 w Eighth 

Gilmore Ann laundress, r rear 613 w Eighth 

Gilmore Nannie, laundress, r 305 w Trade 

Gladden Henry, laborer, r 307 s C 

Gladden Lewis, drayman, r 612 s Church 

Gladden Maria, r 307 s C 

Gladden Rebecca, cook, r 613 n Myers 

Gladden Sarah, laundress, r 612 s Church 

Glaspy Rachael, laundress, r 203 e Third 

Glenn David, porter Gen R Barringer, r 411 n Tryon 

Glenn Mag, r 508 n College 

Glenn Mary, cook, r 215 s B 

Glover Fanny, cook, r 305 vv Trade 

Glover Lewis, porter Racket Store, r 305 w Trade 

Glover Nancy, laundress, r 712 w Hill 

Glover Romeo, laborer, r 712 w Hill 

Goins Hester, cook A Hutchison, r 407 n Smith 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Westinghouse 
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Goode J M, boarding house, r 24 w Fourth 

Goode Susan, r 24 w Fourth 

Goodwin Emma, r 2CO s E 

Goodwin Ida, laundress, r nr Fair Grounds 

Goodwin Moses, r 304 s E 

Gordon Clarence, barber, r3i7 s Graham 

Gordon Fanny, r 317 s Graham 

Gordon J W, barber 4 e Trade, r 317 s Graham 

Gordon Mag, laundress, r 505 w Trade 

Gorrill Wm, laborer, r 202 vv Tenth 

Gosprey Annie, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Gosprey Elizabeth, r 401 s Graham 

Gosprey James, laborer, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Gough E H, shoemaker 231 vv Trade, r country 

Graham Blanche, r 403 n Myers 

Graham Cora, r 13 Wadkins Row 

Graham Frank, farmer, r 513 s C 

Graham John, butcher, r 922 e Fifth 

Graham Laura, r Millers Alley 

Graham Lilly, r 314 vv Hill 

Graham Margaraet, laundress, r 922 e Fifth 

Graham Mary, r Millers Alley 

Graham Millie, r 513 s C 



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Graham Sallie, nurse, r 507 w Trade 

Graham Wm, waiter Central Hotel, r 514 w Hill 

Graham Wm, drayman, r 922 e Filth 

Graham Wm, butcher, r 405 n Myers 

Grant Cely, laundress, r 809 s Church 

Grant Lottie, r 210 s E 

Graves Abram, butler Mrs R Y McAden, r 216 s Johnston 

Graves Rosa, laundress, r Biddleville 

Gray Albert, wks J N McCausland, r 409 e Second 

Gray Caroline, cook EKP Osborne, r 311 n Graham 

Gray Geo, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 

Gray Ida, r 511 s B 

Gray Mary, r 409 e Second 

Gray Nellie, laundress, r nr Fair Grounds 

Gray Robert, wks M I Wks, r 511 s B 

Gray William, tinner, r 416 e Stonewall 

Green Ann, laundress, r 505 e Sixth 

Green Eliza, house cleaner, r 707 e Seventh 

Green Rosa, cook, r 505 e Sixth 

Green Wm, laborer, r 505 e Sixth 

Gribble Alt, drayman, r 516 e Sixth 

Gribble Hattie, laundress, r 516 e Sixth 

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Grier Alice, laundress, r 711 s Mint 

Grier Alice, laundress, r 924 e Fifth 

Grier Alfred, laborer, r 209 w Morehead 

Grier Amelia, cook, r 408 s Tryon 

Grier Carrie, r 417 w Third 

Grier Charles, wks J M Sims, r 603 s E 

Grier Charles, wks Y M C A, r 222 e Old Boundary 

Grier Columbus, waiter Central Hotel, r 315 w Stonewall 

Grier Delia, r 209 w Morehead 

Grier Demetria W, r 222 e Old Boundary 

Grier Edmond, cook, r 309 s Mint 

Grier E J, cook, r 7 s Church 

Grier Eliza, r 313 w Stonewall 

Grier Emma, laundress, r 510 w Hill 

Grier Fanny, housegirl, r e Second and B 

Grier Grandison, laborer, r 408 w Sixth 

Grier G W, laborer, r 7 s Church 

Grier Henry, laborer, r 603 s E 

Grier James, laborer, r 10 s Church 

Grier Joe, shoemaker 231 w Trade, r7ii s Mint 

Grier John, drayman, rear 504 e First 

Grier Laura, laundress, r6oS e Fifth 



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Grier Lydia, laundress, r eside R & D R R, nr Third 

Grier Minnie, laundress, r 402 w Sixth 

Grier Nora, cook, r 603 s E 

G'ier Pink, laborer, r 924 e Fifth 

Grier Robert, laborer R & D R R, r 510 w Hill 

Grier Sarah Ann, r 222 e Old Boundary 

Grier Susan, cook, r 10 s Church 

Grier Susan, laundress, r 302 e Eighth 

Grier Thomas, cotton marker, r 417 w Third 

Grier Wallace, hostler, r 608 e Fifth 

Grier Wheeler, porter C C Mfg Co, bds 208 e Eighth 

Griffith Wm, vvks Lewis Perry, r 29 w Fourth 

Gross Turner, wks R & D R R, r Biddleville 

Gunnings Daniel, laborer, r 725 s Poplar 

Gunnings Ephraim, laborer, r southern sub nr Rudisill Mine 

Gunnings Fanny, labrrer, r southern suburbs nr Rudisil 

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Gunnings Wm. laborer, r southern suburbs nr Rudisill Mine 
Gw\ nn Mary Ann, cook, r bet A T & O and R & D R R 
Gwynn Fanny, cook, r 304 w First 
Gwynn Jacob, wks Oil Mill, r bet AT&QandR&DRR 



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HADEN DAVID, laborer, r 207 w First 
Haden Emma, r 207 w First 
Haden Isaac, porter W F Buchanan, r e Trade 
Hagler Alice, r 412 s C 
Hagler Anthony, r 605 e First 
Hagler James, butcher, 243 e Trade, r 515 e First 
Hagler Maria, r 515 e First 
Hagler Mary Jane, r 605 e First 
Hagler Marcellus, wks Oil Mill. r4i2 s C 
Haines Mattie, r 402 e Second 
Haines Nelson, r 405 e Second 
Hairston Esther A, r Biddleville 
Hairston Rev W M, r Biddleville 

Hall Alexander, porter Buford House, r n Graham extension 
Hall Alfred, r 61S e Second 
Hall Flora, r n Graham extention 

Hall James, waiter, J B Shannonhou.se, bds 24 w Fourth 
Hall Lelitia, r 21 s Poplar 
Hall Lucy, 1 618 e Second 
Hall Maggie, laundress, r 415 w Sixth 
Hall Sallie, teacher, r 301 s D 

Hall Thomas, laborer, r Wilders Alley, rear 208-10 e Eighth 
Hall Winnie, cook, r 713 e Fourth 



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Hamilton Fanny, r n side C C R R 

Hamilton Gus, laborer, Elmwood Cemetery, r n side C C R R 

Hampton David, r 604 e Second 

Hampton Jane, r 604 e Second 

Hancock Mary, housegirl, r 506 s Tryon 

Hardin Celia, cook, r n A bet 9th and Eleventh 

Hardy Eliza, r 505 w First 

Hardy Shadrach, laborer, r 505 w First 

Hargrave Margaret, r Biddleville 

Hargrave S J, r Biddleville 

Harrington Fanny, cook, r 406 n Myers 

Harrington Tom, laborer, r 406 n Myers 

Harris Adey, laborer, r Prathers Row n end Poplar 

Harris Alex, drayman, r 207 w Palmer 

Harris Alfred, blacksmith 904 s Tryon, r 902 s Tryon 

Harris Alice, r e Third bet D & E 

Harris Amanda, laundress, r 16 w Hill 

Harris Amy, r 902 s Tryon 

Harris Anderson, wks C C & A R R, r 816 s A 

Harris Annie, r Biddleville 

Harris Austin, miner, r St Catherine Mine 

Harris Baltimore, laborer, r 901 s Church 

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s Benjamin, wks City Rock Quarry, r 225 w Vance 

s Bettie, cook, r 511 B 

s Celia, r 318 e Boundary, bet Stonewall and Hill 

s Charles, plasterer, r 518 e Sixth 

s Clarissa, r St Catherine Mine 

s Cora, cook J H Emery, r 902 vv Trade 

s Emma, laundress, r 225 w Vance 

s Fanny, r 411 w Sixth 

s Franklin, r 816 s A 

s Hannah, cook, r Biddleville 

s Harriet, r 901 s Church 

s Jane, laundress, r 405 e Eighth 

s Jennie, r 511 s B 

s John, wks Water Wks, r 31S s East Boundary 

s John, porter W L Hand, r 16 w Hill 

s John, r e Third bet D and E 

s Joe, driver, bds 604 e Fifth 

s Louisa, laundress, r nr St Catherine Mine 

s Lucy, laundress, r 207 vv Palmer 

s Julia, r 816 s A 

s Mary, r n end Poplar 

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Chnrlotte, N. C. 



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Harris R L, farmer, r Biddleville 

Harris Robert, drayman r nr Rudisill Mine 

Harris Rut'us, porter Dr J H McAden, r 405 e Eighth 

Harris Samuel, r rear 303 w Second 

Harris Sylvia, cook, r nr Rudisil: Mine 

Harrison Amos, wks G S Hall, r e Second nr College 

Harrison Mary, r e Second nr College 

Hart Acam, butler Buford Hotel, r Biddleville 

Hart Banks, r Biddleville 

Hart Emma, laundress, 1-501 e Fourth 

Hart Esther, cook, r 501 e Fourth 

Hart Fanny, cook, r 613 n Myers 

Hart Jake, chair repairer, r 521 w Hill 

Hart Martha, laundress, r 521 w Hill 

Hart Monroe, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Hart Nicey, nurse, r 501 e Fourth 

Hart Sallie, laundress, r Biddleville 

Hart Susan, laundress, r s Johnston 

Hart Warren, laborer, r 613 n Myers 

Hart W H, blacksmith, r s Johnston 

Harty Charley, wks cotton compress, r 505 e Third 

Harty James, gardener, r 603 w Hill 

Harty Jennie, laundress, r n Johnston 

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Harty Laura, r 505 e Third 

Harty Maria, laundress, r 603 w Hill 

Harty Richard, laborer R & O Roundhouse, r n Johnston 

Haskins Mary, r 304 e Stonewall 

Haskins William, drayman, r 304 e Stonewall 

Haughton Adelaide, r 307 s D 

Haughton Rev Zach, r 307 s D 

Haughton Zach jr, grocer 306 s D, r 307 s D 

Hawkins Betty, r 203 s D 

Hawkins Kate, laundress, r 13 c Fifth 

Hawkins Patsy, r 306 w Vance 

Hawkins Win, drayman C Valer & Co, r 306 w Vance 

Hawshaw Fanny, laundress, r 503 e Sixth 

Hayes Catherine, r 511 e First 

Hayes Hannah, : 509 e First 

Hayes Henry H, grocer, r 509 e First 

Hayes John, porter, r 13 w Sixth 

Hayes Maggie, laundress, r 509 e First 

Hayes Robert, grocer 511c P'irst, r 511 e First 

Hayes Sallie, r 606 e Fourth 

Hayes Sarah, cook T H Gaither, r 315 w Fifth 

Haynes Mattie, cook, r 515 n Church 

Hearns Annie, housegirl, r 207 s D 



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Hearns Robert, porter, r 207 s D 
Hedrick Franklin, miner, r 304 w Vance 
Hemphill John, carpenter, r 311 n C 
Hemphill Rachael, r 407 s East Boundary- 
Hemphill Tillman, laborer, r 707 s East Boundary- 
Henderson Amanda, r 50S s C 
Henderson Ann, laundress, r 416 w Hill 
Henderson Annie, seamstress, r 12 e Eighth 
Henderson Bessie, L, teacher, r 12 e Eighth 
Henderson Corinna, laundress, r 413 n College 
Henderson C W, waiter Central Hotel, r 610 e First 
Henderson Dora, nurse J W Stephens, r 15 w Seventh 
Henderson Elam, laborer, r rear 416 w Hill 
Henderson Frances, laundress, r 701 n E 
Henderson Henrietta, r 400 e Firs'. 
Henderson Hettie, housegirl, r 306 s E 
Henderson Isabella, r 14 w Hill 
Henderson James, wks Buford Hotel, r 400 e First 
Henderson, John, blacksmith, r nr Fair Grounds 
Henderson John, porter, bds bet Seventh and Eighth nr R R 
Henderson John S, barber 33 w Trade, r 302 s E 
Henderson Joseph, r 715 e Stonewall 
Henderson Jesse, laborer, r 304 n E 



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Henderson Lafayette, laborer, r 12 e Eighth 

Henderson Lizzie, teacher, r 302 s E 

Henderson Lucelia, cook, r Biddleville 

Henderson Martha, r 610 e First 

Henderson Mary, r nr Fair Grounds 

Henderson Mary Jane, teacher, r Biddleville 

Henderson Matilda, r 715 e Stonewall 

Henderson Mattie, r 310 s Church 

Henderson Samuel, farmer, r Biddleville 

Henderson Win, blacksmith Liddell Co, r nr Fair Grounds 

Henderson Win, laborer, r 701 n E 

Hendrick Dock, miner, r rear 509 w Hill 

Hendrick Mary, r rear 509 w Hill 

Henry Dovie, cook, r 200 n C 

Henry Ella, nurse, r bet A T & O and R & D R R 

Henrv Frank, porter Wilson Drug Co, r 302 e Stonewall 

Henry Mary Jane, nurse, r bet A T & O and R & D R R 

Henry Lewis, laborer, r bet A T & O and R & D R R 

Henry Phyllis, laundress, r bet A T & O and R & D R R 

Herndon Sydney, laborer, r 18 n B 

Howell E'iza laundress, r rear 507 w Hill 

Howell John, drayman, r rear 507 w Hill 

Hewins Hester, cook, r e side R & D R R, nr Third 

laufman I Bo. are the leading llofhiers 



Tj RUGS, CHE MICALS,^ sp, a ec L & P» PATENT MEDICINE S 

U Cor. Trade & College Sts. ^ ' CHARLOTTE, N. C. VJ 



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Hickorybottom Jeff, laborer, r 310 s Graham 

Hickorybottom Julia, laundress, r 310 s Graham 

Hill Rev James M, r 411 s Mint 

Hili Katie, r 411 s Mint 

Hill Polly, r 305 s D 

Hill Walter, brickmason, r 505 s D 

Hill Wesley, laborer, r 613 e Tenth 

Hilton Frank, fireman Star Mills, r 304 n E 

Hilton Susan, laundress, r 304 n E 

Hinson Hannah, cook R S Gray, r n Church nr C C R R 

Hinton Minnie, r 409 s C 

Hinton W I, butcher, r 409 s C 

Hoffman Amelia, laundress, r s College nr R R 

Holbrooks Lottie, rnr Rudisill Mine 

Holcom James, laborer, r 505 e Eighth 

Hokom Violet, laundress, r 505 e Eighth 

Holland Lucinda, housegirlCapt Clarkson, r Biddleville 

Holly Thomas, carpenter, r 309 s Graham 

Holly Sarah, r 309 s Graham 

Holmes Charlotte, r 816 s A 

Holmes Laura, chambermaid, r 716 s Poplar 

Holt Becky, cook, r 412 n A 

Holt Henry, flagman C C R R, r 715 s Church 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

Hopkins Wm, blacksmith, r Greenville 

Horah James, drayman, r 717 n E 

Horah Sarah, laundress, r 717 n E 

Horton Isabella, cook, r 608 n E 

Hoskins Bessie, cook Mrs E Healy, r 412 n Poplar 

Hoskins Julia, cook, r 513 e Sixth 

House Ella, laundress, r 407 e Eighth 

House Geo, laborer, r 407 e Eighth 

Houser Dora, r 210 e Old Boundary 

Houser Eliza J, r 212 e Old Boundary 

Houser Fannie, r 212 e Old Boundary 

Houser Nepoleon, r 212 e Old Boundary 

Houser C, brickmason, r 210 e Old Boundary 

Houser Wm H, brickmason, r 212 e Old Boundary 

Houston Adeline, laundress, r 210 e Eighth 

Houston Alice, laundress, r n A bet Ninth and Tenth 

Houston Amanda, cook, r 414 s Graham 

Houston Amanda, cook, r 600 s Tryon 

Houston Amelia, laundress, r 713 e Fourth 

Houston Andy, porter, 713 e Fourth 

Houston Charles, r n side C C R R 

Houston Cull, wks J S Myers, r eastern suburbs 

Houston Frank, laborer, r 414. s Graham 






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Houston Hattie, cook John Oates, 507 e Third 

Houston Lewis, r 507 e Third 

Houston Miranda, cook C L Alexander, r 19 w Seventh 

Howard Bettie, r 209 s D 

Howard Fred, wks C Valer & Co, r 306 n C 

Howard Maggie, seamstress, r 306 n C 

Howey Louisa, teacher, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Hoyle Samuel, porter E B Springs, r rear 800 n Tryon 

Hull Clara, laundress, r 407 n D 

Hull Joshua, laborer, r 408 w Sixth 

Hunt Harmon, laborer, r 515 w First 

Hunt Violet, r 515 w First 

Hunter Albert, farmer, r Biddleville 

Hunter Charlotte, r 309 s D 

Hunter Cornelia, seamstress, r 612 e Fifth 

Hunter Eliza, cook Shannonhouse, r 37 n Tryon 

Hunter Emmeline, laundress, r 522 s Mint 

Hunter Fanny, nurse, r 514 s Mint 

Hunter Geo, drayman, 522 s Mint 

Hunter Isaac, cook, r 818 e Seventh 

Hunter J H, wks R & D R R, r 307 s C 

Hunter John, blacksmith R & D R R, r 426 s Mint 

Hunter Joseph, carpenter, r 309 s D 

mRNVflRTl WnTVT charlotte, n. c. =-a 
DUrUIiD nulivt/i Headquarters for Commercial Men and Tourists 
Terms: $3.00 to $3.60 Per Day. W(1 tit T/TTfPTTP 
(T* —LESSEE AND PROP'E. bl/U. W. XV 1 1 1 LiijULi. 

Hunter Katie, cook, r 522 s Mint 

Hunter Laura, r 29 Middle 

Hunter Lottie, r 517 e Sixth 

Hunter Lucy, laundress, r 426 s Mint 

Hunter Mary, seamstress, r Biddleville 

Hunter Mary, cook, r 818 e Seveuth 

Hunter Susan, laundress, r Biddleville 

Hunter Wesley, wks Oil Mills, r Biddleville 

Huntley Ella, nurse, r 321 w Stonewall 

Huntley Elijah, laborer, r 321 w Stonewall 

Huntley Henry, laborer, r 321 w Stonewall 

Huntley Sarah, laundress, r 321 w Stonewall 

Hurd Rosetta, laundress, r 717 s Poplar 

Hurd Taylor, miner, r 717 s Poplar 

Huske Mary, cook Alex Graham, r grounds wht Graded School 

Huskey Clarinda, T L Seigle, r 310 w Fifth 

Huskey John, shoemaker 6 s Church, r nr Fair Grounds 

Huskey Sarah, laundress, r e side Church nr Fair Ground 

Hutchison Henry, barber, r 712 e Seventh 

Hutchison Lucinda, nurse r 712 e Seventh 

Hyde Alice, r alley rear Central Hotel 

Hyde W L, shoemaker 6 s Church, r 413 s Mint 

Hyedd Melissa, r 731 s Church 

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Hyedd Rufus, brickmason, r 731 s Church 

IVIN LEE, blacksmith, re Trade nr limits 
Ivy Eliza, laborer, r s end Church 
Ivy fane, nurse, r 704 e Fifth 
Ivy Jonah, drayman, r 704 e Fifth 
Ivy Louisa, r 715 e Stonewall 
Ivy Thomas, carpenter, r 715 e Stonewall 
Izzard Addison, drayman, r 210 s B 
Izzard Mary, laundress, r 210 s B 

JACKSON ALICE, r 10 Summerville Row rear 410 s Graham 
Jackson Corinna, r Greenville 
Jackson Jane.'housegirl, r 506 s D 
Jackson Lydia, r 416 e Stonewall 

Jackson Martha, cook FPL Bonney, r 209 w Eighth 
Jackson Mary, r Greenville 
Jackson Pink, carpenter, r Greenville 
Jackson Robert, laborer, r Greenville 
Jackson Saml, wks Liddell Co, r 10 Summervilles Row 
Jackson William, wks J W Miller, r 506 s D 
Jackson Wm M, porter H C Irvin, r 524 s Mint 
Jackson Wm, carpenter, r Greenville 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 

James Benj R, wks R & D R R, r 303 s East Boundary 

James Francis, r 303 s East Boundary bet Stonewall and Hill 

James Frank, wks cotton compress, r 800 e Tenth 

James Hampton, laborer, r 525 e Sixth 

James Harriet, r 525 e Sixth 

James Harriet, laundress, r 800 e Tenth 

James Maria, r 303 s East Boundary bet Stonewall and Hill 

Jamison Annie, chambermaid Dr J Graham, r 327 n Tryon 

Jamison Mary, r 720 e Second 

Jamison Turner, r 601 e First 

Jefferson Aaron, laborer, r 813 s Mint 

Jefferson Sarah, r 508 e Third 

Jefferson Thomas, barber, r 50S e Third 

Jeffreys Annie, r 305 s Graham 

Jeffreys Joseph, porter R & D R R, r e side R & D R R 

Jenkins Edward, laborer, r s Johnston (Butts Alley) 

Jenkins G A, carpenter, r S14 e Fifth 



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Jenkins John, laborer, r e side s Church, nr Fair Ground 

Jenkins Julia, laundress, rs Johnston, (Butts Alley) 

Jenkins Laura, r s end Church 

Jenkins Rosetta, laundress, r 814 e Fifth 

Jenkins William, r 411 e Third 

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Jeter Ann, laundress, r rear 208-10 e Eighth 

Jeter Gillam, laborer, r rear 208-10 e Eighth 

Jewell Eli, barber, r nr Rudisill Mi.je 

Johnson Adeline, housegirl, r 602 e First 

Johnson Adolph, wks city, r s 903 s Church 

Johnson Adolphus, wks city lock quarry, r 604 e First 

Johnson Allen, wks Oates Factory, r 602 e First 

Johnson Amelia, cook, r rear 412 n Tryon 

Johnson Cornelia, laundress, r n Graham extension 

Johnson George, porter Central Hotel, r 215 s Tryon 

Johnson George, wks Latta & Bro, r 412 s C 

Johnson Hilliard, wks Oil Mill, r n Graham extension 

Johnson Ida, r 215 s Tryon 

Johnson John H, wks Central Hotel, r 515 s C 

Johnson Lillie, r 604 e First 

Johnson Maggie, r 412 s C 

Johnson Martha, r 527 e Third 

Johnson Martha, r s A (school grounds) 

Johnson Mary, 1 410 n Church 

Johnson Millie V, r 515 s C 

Johnson Nellie, nurse P L Brown, r 408 e Trade 

Johnson Rachel, r 705 s B 



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GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Johnson Robert, wks city quarry, r s A (school grounds) 

Johnson Sarah, r 717 e First 

Johnson Sarah, cook, r s A (school grounds) 

Johnson Sarah, r 510 s Myers 

Johnson Sidney, wks R & D R R, r 717 e First 

Johnson Silla, r 702 e Second 

Johnson William, wks Carolina S & H Factory, r 410 n Church 

Johnston Adeline, laundress, r 213 n D 

Johnston Adeline, laundress, r 915 n College 

Johnston Albert, butler Buford Hotel, r 214 s Poplar 

Johnston Alex, wks Johnston & Elliott, r 407 s Poplar 

Johnston Alice, cook, r 325 w Fifth 

Johnston Amanda, laundress, r 209 w Second 

Johnston Amanda, r Biddleville 

Johnston Amanda, cook, r 503 w First 

Johnston Amanda, laundress, r 323 w Fifth 

Johnston Amos, laborer, r 403 n Myers 

Johnston Annie, laundress, r s end Church 

Johnston Annie, laundress, r 705 s Poplar 

Johnston Bettie, r 207 w First 

Johnston Cora, laundress, r 214 s Poplar 

Johnston Diana, r 815 n Tryon 

Johnston Egbert, laborer, r 719 s Mint 



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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



Johnston George, wagoner, r Biddleville 

[ohnston George, laborer, r 622 n College 

Johnston Hattie, cook, r 213 n D 

Johnston Henry, butcher, r 311 n C 

Johnston Jackson, city lamp cleaner, r 705 n E 

Johnston James, laborer, r 323 w Fifth 

Johnston Josephine, cook, r 727 s Poplar 

Johnston J R, carpenter, r 915 n College 

Johnston Katy, cook, r s end Church 

Johnston Laura, r 407 s Church 

Johnston Lizzie, cook D W Oates, r 404 w Trade 

Johnston Lot, wks bridge gang R & D R. R, r 207 w First 

Johnston Louisa, laundress, r 403 n Myers 

Johnston Lula, laundress, r 417 n College 

[ohnston Lucy, cook, r 622 n College 

Johnston Lydia, laundress, r 705 n E 

Johnston Maggie, r 211 \v Morehead 

Johnston Maggie, r rear 215 w Tiade 

Johnston Maria, laundress, r 225 w Vance 

Johnston Marshall, laborer, r 708 e Tenth 

Johnston Martha, laundress r 815 n Tryon 

Johnston Mary, r Biddleville 

Johnston Mary, nurse, r 407 s Poplar 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds op 
Electric Light Plants. 



Johnston Mary, cook, r 213 n D 

Johnston Mattie, r 217 n D 

Johnston Newland, wks R & D R R, r Biddleville 

Johnston Pat, drayman, r 727 s Poplar 

Johnston Pleasant, head waiter Central Hotel, r 407 s Church 

Johnston Robert, laborer, r 310 n Myers 

[ohnston Robert, carpenter. 510 s Myers 

Johnston Roxanna, laundress, r 310 n Myers 

Johnston Sallie, cook, r 714 e Tenth 

Johnston Sallie, laundress, r 708 e Tenth 

Johnston Sandy, laborer, r 503 w First 

Johnston Sarah, teacher, r 715 n College 

Johnston Virgil, waiter Central Hotel, r 209 w Second 

Johnston Wm, stonemason, r 217 n D 

Johnston Winnie, cook, r 311 11C 

Jones Abner, blacksmith, r 204 e Eighth 

[ones Alfred, laborer, r 212 e Ninth 

Jones Abner, Foster & Jones 207 & 209 w Vance, r 204 e Eighth 

Jones Alexander plasterer, r Greenville 

Jones Anthony, hostler, r 220 n E 

Jones Carrie, laundress, r Greenville 

Jones Charles, painter M I Wk,, r 502 w HUi 

Jones Daisy, r 205 s D 



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Jones Ellen, r 301 s C 

Jones Ellen, laundress, r 502 w Hill 

Jones Frank, laborer, r e Tenth 

Jones George, drayman, r 636 s Graham 

Jones Harriet, r 410 e Tnird 

Jones Harriet, cook, r 220 n E 

Jones Hettie, cook, r 622 s Poplar 

Jones Isaac, carpenter, r 622 s Poplar 

Jones James, r 505 s D 

Jones James, carpenter, r 302 e Eighth 

Jones Jane, laundress, r Greenville 

Jones Jeanette. laundress, r 212 e Ninth 

Jones Jennie, laundress, r 204 e Eighth 

Jones Jerrv, plasterer, r cor e Second and B 

Jones John, laborer, r e Tenth 

Jones John, waiter Central Hotel, r 205 n D 

Jones Katie, laundress, r 425 w Third 

Jones Leonard, r 301 s Church 

Jones Lizzie B, cook Rev A G McManaway, r 405 n Tryon 

Jones Lou, laundress, r 205 n D 

Jones Lucv, r 301 s C 

Jones Mahela, r 301 s C 



rT^HF PJTFORFl HO TFT Charlotte, N. C, is one of the most 
; hl uuiuau ii\_/ii^j_/, complete and comfortable houses in 
the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 
J. Terms: $3. to $2.50 Per Day. George w. Kittelie. Lessee and Prop'r. 

Jones Mary, laundress, r 31S s Graham 

Jones Matilda, laundress, r e Tenth 

Jones Tilly, r n C bet Fifth and Sixth 

Jones Violet, cook, r 636 s Graham 

Jones Willis, shoemaker, r 301 s C 

Jones Wm, porter Pharr & Long, r n C bet Fifth and Sixth 

Jones Wright, wks Central Hotel, r 205 s D 

Jordan George, butler Col H C Jones, r rear of 416 w Hill 

Jordan John, well-digger, r 25 Wadkins Row 

Jordan Julia, cook, r Biddleville 

Jordan Margaret, laundress, r 302 e Eighth 

Jordan Mattie, laundress, r 25 Wadkins Row 

Jordan Mollie, laundress, r rear 416 w Hill 

Jordan Nellie, cook, r 307 e Ninth 

Jordan Thomas, wks Carolina S & H Factory, bds n side C C R R 

Jordan Tony, plasterer, r Biddleville 

Jordan Wm, laborer, r 307 e Ninth 

Justice Emma, r 507 w Second 

Justice Sidney, night watchman Central Hotel, r 507 w Second 



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Keenan Caroline, r 410 s D 
Kelly Amanda, laundress, r 313 w Stonewall 



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Kelly Annie, laundress, r 419 s Mint 

Kelly Julia A, laundress, r 214 s Poplar 

Kelly Rose, laundress, r 419 s Mint 

Kelly Tony, laborer, r 214 s Poplar 

Kendrick Mary, laundress, r bet Eighth and Ninth, nr R R 

Kennedy H B, grocer 403 s Graham, r 401 s Graham 

Kennedy Lula, r Biddleville 

Kennedy Mary, r Biddleville 

Kennedy R C, r 401 s Graham 

Kerns Annie, cook, r 504 e Eighth 

Kerns Milas, laborer, r 504 e Eighth 

Kimmons George, wks C C R R. r Brothers' Row 

Kincaid Fanny, laundress, r 502 e Eighth 

Kindle Calvin, laborer, r n Tryon bey C C R R 

Kindle Celestia, laundress, r n Tryon bey C C R R 

Kindle Ella, laundress, r 213 s Poplar 

Kindle Emma, r n Tryon bey C C R R 

Kindle James, laborer, r n Tryon bey C C R R 

King Annie, laundress, r 501 w First 

King Howard, wks cotton compress, r 211 s Poplar 

Kin# J E, barber 23 s Tryon, r 512 s Tryon 

King Lee, coachman, r 212 s Poplar 

King Lizzie, laundress, r 212 s Poplar 



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King Lydia, laundress, r 211 s Poplar 

King Mack, mechanic, r 501 w First 

King Phillis, cook, r 410 e Stonewall 

King Polly A, r 512 s E 

Kinnell Hartwell, porter McCorkle's saloon, r 614 s Mint 

Kinnell Maggie, laundress, r 614 s Mint 

Kinsey Lane, r 907 s Church 

Kinsey Zach, miner, r 907 s Church 

Kirby Delilah, r 913 s Church 

Kirby John, wks Street Railway Co, r s Church 

Kirkpatrick John, laborer, r s end Church 

Kirkpatrick Maggie, r s end Church 

Knox Augusta, cook, r alley rear Central Hotel 

Knox Baxter, barber, r alley rear Central Hotel 

Knox Charles, laborer, r 213 w Vance 

Knox Louisa, r 513 n Church 

Knox Sarah, cook, r 213 w Vance 



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Ladecker Green, r 504 e First 
Lane Katie, laundress, r 503 e Seventh 
Langley James, wks R & D R R, 1 re.ir 602 s Johnston 
Langley Mary, cook, r rear 602 s Johnston 



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Latta Bettie, seamstress, r 410 w Fifth 

Lawry Henry, cook, r 313 s Graham 

Lawing R E. grocer 709 s B. r 705 s B 

Leach Myra, cook, r 201 n C 

Leach Susan, r 410 s D 

Leake Mahaly, cook | L Brown, r 213 s B 
C/5 Leary Sallie, cook, r 712 e Tenth 
^5 Lee Adam, laborer, r624 s Church 
l ~T] Lee Bettie, cook, r 306 s Tryon 
sff Lee Charlotte, cook Julius Schiff, r 305 n Church 

, Lee Emily, s"amstress. r 800 s Church 
CD Lee Emma, r nr C C R R roundhouse 
P^ Lee Green, wks C C R R, r nr C C R R roundhouse 
*— j Lee Jane, cook, r rear 413 n College 
;— j Lee Mary, laundress, r 624 s Church 

Lee Cicely, r 405 e Second 

Lee Weston, whitewasher. r 800 s Church 

Lee Win, driver, r rear 413 n College 

Lemmonds Jennie, laundress, r n side C C R R 

Lemmonds Mary J, laundress, r 604 e Fifth 

Lemmonds Rufus. wks Carolina S and H Wks, r nr C C R R 

Lemmonds Wm, porter R H Jordan & Co, r 604 e Fifth 

Lewis Abernathy, carpenter, r 422 w Hill 



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Lewis Rev Allan, r 412 s Graham 
Lewis Hark, laborer, r 412 s Graham 
Lewis Lucinda, cook, r 412 s Graham 
CD Lewis Lucy, r 412 s Graham 
t_J Lilev Lula, laundress, r 406 e First 
C Lillington Betty, cook, r n A bet Nimh and Eleventh 
l'\-~"-l Lillington Patty, cook, r n A bet Ninth and Eleventh 
• Lindsay David, wks C C R R, r n College bey C C R R 

1— 1 Lindsay Fanny, cook J C Springs, r 308 w Trade 
Lindsay Mary, laborer, r n College bey C C R R 
^^ ; Linebereer Lucv, r s,u s D 

1 ; Lineberger William, brickmason, r 511 s D 
>— >.j Lipscomb Amanda, cook Dodge House, r 408 e First 
gyp* Lipscomb John, r 408 e First 

, Litaker Abe, laborer, r 304 n E 
; Little Annie, laundress, r 610 s Mint 
H jj Little Aniky, laundress, r Greenville 
Little Henry, laborer, r 610 s Mint 
Little John, drayman, r rear 622 s Church 
Little John, laborer, C C & A R R bet Poplar and Mint 
Little Minerva, chambermaid, r rear 622 s Church 
Little Susanna, laundress, r C C & R C bet Poplar and Mint 
Little Wm, laborer, r Greenville 

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Littlejohn Bettie, 1-406 e Stonewall 

Littlejohn Keziah, r 406 e Stonewall 

Littlejohn Preston, fanner, 1-406 e Stonewall 

Locke Sallie, housegirl, r 311 n Church 

Locke Calvin, laborer, r 706 n B 

Locke Ellen, laundress, r 304 n Myers 

Logan Robert, laborer, r 12 e North Boundary 

Logan Robert, laborer, r Brothers' Alley 

Lomax Elizabeth, r 416 w Second 

Lomax I C, r 416 w Second 

Lomax Bishop T H, r 416 w Second 

Lomax T J, r 416 w Second 

Long Ella, cook, r 811 s Mint 

Long Harriet, r 407 s C 

Long H A, grocer 405 s C, r 407 s C 

Long James, drayman, r 811 s Mint 

Long Mary, r 717 s Mint 

Long Pierce, laborer, r 40S w Hill 

Long Rufus, laborer, r 717 s Mint 

Long Sarah, laundress, r 408 w Hill 

Love Caroline, r 406 e First 

Love Enoch, wks M I Wks, r 210 w Third 

Love Flora, laundress, 1-210 w Third 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Love Hester, laundress, r S19 s Mint 

Love Laura, wks bagging factory, r 405 e First 

Love Lydia, laundress, r 819 s Mint 

Lovrance Grant, brickmason, r Greenville 

Lovrance Maria, cook, r Greenville 

Lovrance Rufus, hostler, r Greenville 

Lowe Francis, r 208 e Old Boundary 

Lowe Kelly, carpenter, r 208 e Old Boundary 

Lowry Bell, laundress, r 709 e Stonewall 

Lowry Benjamin, r 709 e Stonewall 

Lowry John, packer R & D R R, r 411 w Hill 

Lowry Lucy, laundress, r 623 s Graham 

Lowry Major, brakeman, r 623 s Graham 

Lowry Martha, r 709 e Stonewall 

Lowry Mattie, laundress, r 411 w Hill 

Lucas Hattie, cook, r 406 w Hill 

Lucas James, laborer Central Hotel, r 406 w Hill 

Lucas Martha, laundress, r 403 e Old Boundarv 

Lucas Mary, r 403 e Old Boundary 

Lucas Nora, cook R E Lawing, r 406 w Hill 

Luckey Caroline, r Greenville 

Luckey Edward, laborer, r Greenville 

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Lumpkins Pauline, r 410 w Second 

Lurv David, r 410 s E 

Luitrick Adeline, r rear 410 s Graham 

Luttrick Sherman, laborer, r rear 410 s Graham 

Lynch Amanda, laundress, r 215 n D 

Lynch Horace, brickmason, r 305 s C 

Lynch Maria, r 305 s C 

Lynch Mary, teacher, r 305 s C 

Lyles Sarah, cook, r 410 s Tryon 

MC ADEN HANNAH, r rear 410 s Graham 
McAden Rufus, fireman, R&DRR. r rer4io s Graham 
McBee Annie, r 317 s Graham 

McCaw J A, shoemaker 29 w Fourth, r 300 s Johnston 
McCaw Sarah, r 300 s Johnston 
McCombs Emma, laundress, r 612 e Fifth 
McCombs Lizzie, laundress, r 509 w Second 
McCombs, Maggie, nurse J C Smith, r 600 n Poplar 
McCombs Sarah, laundress, r 509 w Second 
McCord Flora, nurse, r 700 n E 
McCord John, brickmason, r 700 n E 
McCorkle Fanny, cook B W Barnett, r 309 w Fifth 

THE BUFORD HOTEL Is essentially adapted to the requirements of 
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m„ „ so * .--o en ^ earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Terms : $3. to ^2.50 per day ■ GEO RGE w , KITTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

McCorkle Julius, dravman, r 309 w Fifth 

McCormack Roxie, laundress, r 7 e North Boundary 

McConnell Eliza, laundress, r s end Church 

McConnell Green, laborer, r s end Church 

McCoffins Eliza, r rear 208-10 e Eighth 

McCree Alice, cook W F Buchanan, r 311 w Trade 

McCree, Nanny, laundress, r 207 s B 

McCubbins Julia, r rear 426 s Mint 

McCullough Ed, drayman, r 617 e Fifth 

McCullough Gussie, r 702 w Third 

McCullough Hector, cook, r 702 w Tnird 

McCullough Jane, r 513 s D 

McCullough Lou, laundress, r 617 e Fifth 

McCullough Mary, laundress, r 305 \v Trade 

McCullough Mattie, laundress, r Greenville 

McCullough Thos N, wks M I Wks, r 305 w Trade 

McDaniel Bettie, laundress, r 407 n D 

McDaniel Jane, r 407 n D 

McDowell Angeline, r 19 e Fifth 

McDowell Cynthia, cook, r 811 s Mint 

McDowell Delia, r 512 e Second 

McDowell Isaac, r 512 e Second 

McDowell Isabella, laundress, r 507 w First 



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McDowell John, waiter Shannon House, r 315 w Stonewall 

McDowell Sarah, laundress, r 813 s Mint 

McElmore Abram, laborer, r 810 e Tenth 

McElmore Mary, laundress, r 700 n E 

McElmore W H, blacksmith, r 700 n E 

McElwee Sam, laborer, r 700 e Tenth 

McFadden Geo, porter Col J Y Bryce 

McGuire Minnie, r 405 n Myers 

McGuire John, laborer, r 405 n Myers 

McHenry Doc, laborer, r 704 n E 

McHenry Lizzie, laundress, r 704 n E 

McKenzie Frank, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 503 e Seventh 

McKenzie Sallie, r 503 e Seventh 

McKnight Adeline, seamstress, r 412 n Myers 

McKnight Anderson, 1-412 n Myers 

McKnight Betty, nurse, 1-412 n Myers 

McKnight Fanny, r 412 n Myers 

McKnight Geo, farmer, r nr Fair Ground 

McKnight James, harness maker, r 412 n Myers 

McKnight Mollie, r nr Fair Grounds 

McKinney Doc, blacksmith, r rear 410 s Johnston 

McKinney Hannah, laundress, r Old Boundary 

McKinnie Hattie, laundress, r rear 410 s Johnston 



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McLaughlin Charlotte, laundress, r 700 e Fifth 

McLaughlin Rilla, cook, r rear 410 s Graham 

McLean Alex, r rear 310 n Tryon 

McLean Amanda, laundress, r 220 w Morehead 

McLean Antoinette, cook, r 310 n Tryon 

McLean Lucinda, laundress, r 419 w Third 

McLean Pink, r 822 s A 

McLellan Nancy, r rear 310 w Morehead 

McLure Charles, wks rock quarry, r nr Rudisill Mine 

McLure Hattie, r nr Rudisill Mine 

McLure James, wks rock quarry, r nr Rudisill Mine 

McLure Rosa, seamstress, r nr Rudisill Mine 

McNeil Dan, farmer, bds 516 e Eighth 

McNeill Rev Jerry E, r 501 e Third 

McNeill Mary, r 501 e Third 

McRae Wm, drayman Barnett & Bethune, r 216 w Morehead 

McRae Sylvia, cook C W Tillett, r 613 n Church 

McRuffin Clarrisa, r Biddleville 

Maban Crecy, midwife, r 6 e Old Boundary 

Mack Carrie, cook, r 905 n College 

Mack James, wks C C R R, r 715 s C 

Mack Mary, laundress, rgn n College 

Mack Robt, laborer, r 911 n College 



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Mack Wm, waiter R R Eating House, r 313 s Graham 

Mackeyfee Amanda, cook J B Bethune, run Clarkson 

Manuel Alice, cook, r 211 e Third 

Manuel Francis, 1-412 n Church 

Manuel Gooding, carpenter, r 412 n Church 

Marks Wm, laborer, r 300 w Stonewall 

Marshall Alice, r Greenville 

Marshall Eliza, r 410 Old Boundary 

Marshall Isaac, laborer, r Greenville 

Marshall Spencer, cor s Church & w 4th r 410 Old Boundary 

Marshall Wm, painter, r s Johnston (Butts Alley) 

Martin Addie, laundress, r 309 n Myers 

Martin A J, painter, r 309 n Myers 

Martin Annie, r 314 e Boundary 

Martin Charles, wks city, r 915 s C 

Martin Harriet, r 915 s C 

Martin J M, laborer, r 309 n Myers 

Martin Mary Ann, laundress, r 609 w Stonewall 

Martin Rita, r 314 East Boundary 

Martin Steven, gardener, r 609 w Stonewall 

Massey A M, janitor graded school, r school grounds 

Massey Amanda, r 709 e Stonewall 

Massey Harvey, porter W I Friday, r 710 s Poplar 

TIT p RIJFnRn UATPT Is Personally conducted by the undersigned 
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Massey Hattie, laundress, r 710 s Poplar 

Massey Jane, cook, r 704 e Fifth 

Massey fane, laundress, r 710 s Poplar, 

Massey J T, r 610 e Fourth 

Massey Nathaniel, shoemaker, r 710 s Poplar 

Massey Tillie, r white graded school grounds 

Massey Wm, shoemaker 6 s Church, r 10 s Church 

Matthews Dick, laborer, r 1 1 Middle 

Matthews Louisa, laborer, r 1 1 Middle 

Maxwell Emma, r 10 e Morehead 

Maxwell Margaret, cook J A Ellioit, r 401 n Tryon 

Maxwell W M, barber, r 10 e Morehead 

May Blount, r 607 s D 

May Hannah, r 607 s D 

Mayhew Milas, farmer, r 702 s Mint 

Mayho Armstead, r 616 e Second 

Mayho Mary, r 616 s Second 

Means Amanda, laundress, r 405 s Graham 

Meacham Annie, nurse, r rear 310 w Morehead 

Means Crecy, cook, r 507 n B 

Means Ephraim, fireman, r 514 e Sixth 

Means Geo, r 432 s Mint 

Means Lou, cook, r e Eleventh 



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Means Martha, r 415 n Myers 

Means Martha, laundress, r n end Poplar 

Means Mattie, laundress, r 432 s Mint 

Means Sam, laborer, r 405 s Graham 

Means Taylor, laborer, r 415 n Myers 

Meisenheimer Calvin, laborer, r 608 s E 

Melchor Alfred, laborer, r 733 s Church 

Melchor Anna, cook, r 733 s Church 

Melchor Ephraim, laborer, r 733 s Church 

Melchor Esther, laundress, r 733 s Church 

Melchor Sandy, laborer, r 7331s Church 

Melchor Scofield, laborer, r 733 s Church 

Melton G D, barber 223 w Trade, r 729 s Church 

Melton George, barber 223 w Trade, r 729 s Church 

Melton Mary, r 729 s Church 

Merrell Delia, cook, r 700 s Tryon 

Michael, barber Gray Toole, bds 24 w Fourth 

Middleton Louis, r 417 e Third 

Middleton Laura, r 417 e Third 

Miles Jacob, laborer, r 215 s B 

Miller Abram, laborer, r n A bet Ninth and Eleventh 

Miller Alexander, wks S M Howell, 411 e Third 

Miller Andrew, laborer, r 706 e Sixth 



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Miller Carry, laundress, r 805 s Church 

Miller Doc, laborer, r 201 n College 

Miller Eva, laundress, r 805 s Church 

Miller Fanny, cook, r n A bet Ninth and Eleventh 

Miller Geo, laborer, r 516 e Eighth 

Miller Jane, cook, r3i4 s Graham 

Miller Jane, cook, r 516 e Eighth 

Miller Jane, laundress, r 706 e Sixth 

Miller Julia, laundress, r 716 s Poplar 

Miller Louisa, laundress, r 805 s Church 

Miller Marion, laborer, r 21 n East Boundary 

Miller Mary, laundress, r 624 s Poplar 

Miller Mattie, cook Mrs Reeves, r 509 n Graham 

Miller Milly, laundress, r 711 n E 

Miller Minnie, r Biddleville 

Miller Minnie, laundress, r Greenville 

Miller Mary, laundress, r 21 n East Boundary 

Miller Robert, dumper C C R R, r 805 s Church 

Miller S A J, painter, r Biddleville 

Miller Sallie, wks Mrs Geo Wilson, r 11 e Third 

Miller Silvia, cook, r 201 n College 

Miller Wm, drayman T R Magill, r 201 n College 

Mon teith Charles, coachman Mrs R Johnston, r 609 n Tryon 



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Montgomery Angie, r rear 405 s Tryon 

Montgomery Mary, cook, r 402 n Poplar 

Montgomery Wash, blacksmith, r s B 

Mooney Frances, laundress, r 504 e Eighth 

Mooney Mattie, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Mooney Mattie, cook Wm Baker, r 215 w Eighth 

Moore Alfred, truckman, r 308 w First 

Moore Alice E, r 308 n C 

Moore Amanda, cook, r 509 e Eighth 

Moore Annie, r n Johnston 

Moore Annie, r s Cedar 

Moore Betsy, laborer, r 214 n E 

Moore Cary, laborer, r 214 n E 

Moore Charity, cook, r 620 s Mint 

Moore Charlotte, r 611 w Eighth 

Moore Commodore, cook Central Hotel, r 614 s Mint 

Moore C R, blacksmith, r 605 s Mint 

Moore Dinah, laundress, r 313 s Graham 

Moore Emma, laundress, r 216 n E 

Moore E M, cook, r 606 s Poplar 

Moore Emeline, r 620 s Mint 

Moore James, r 303 c Fifth 

Moore Jane, r n Johnston 



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Terms : $2. to $2.50 per day. 



Moore John, laborer, r 509 e Eighth 

Moore Joseph, laborer, r 611 w Eighth 

Moore Kernee, laborer, r 216 n E 

Moore Laura, cook, r 303 e Fifth 

Moore Martha, cook and laundress, r Biddleville 

Moore Martha, laundress, r 810 e Tenth 

Moore Minerva, laundress, r 308 w First 

Moore Octavia, laundress, r Greenville 

Moore Prince, wks J Garibaldi, r 620 s Mint 

Moore & Sumner, barbers, 14 e Trade 

Moore Spencer, fireman C C R R, r 700 e Tenth 

Moore Wm L, brickmason, r n Johnston 

Moore Walter, brickmason, r s Cedar 

Moore W M, laborer, r 606 s Poplar 

Morehead Alice, r 415 e Third 

Morehead Ida, r 613 s Church 

Morehead J C, laborer, r 613 s Church 

Morehead Margaret, housegirl, r 32 n College 

Morehead Robert, r 415 e Third 

Morehead Rosa, teacher, r 32 n College 

Morehead Susan, cook, r 604 s Tryon 

Morgan Mary, r 302 e Stonewall 

Morris Anthony, wks R & D R R, r 705 s Mint 



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Morris Crecy, cook, r 319 w Fifth 

Morris J A, seamstress, r 409 s Church 

Morris Lewis, porter R&DRR, i"3i3s Graham 

Morris Maggie, laundress, r 705 s Mint 

Morris Rev M V, r 409 s Church 

Morris Rosa, r 206 w First 

Morris Win, warehouseman Standard Oil Co, r 206 w First 

Morris Annie, cook, r 712 e Tenth 

Morrison Bella, cook Dr J Graham, r 327 n Tryon 

Morrison Caroline, r Biddleville 

Morrison Eva, r Biddleville 

Morrison John, carpenter, r Biddleville 

Morrison Mary, laundress, r6i2 w Eighth 

Morrison Richard, carpenter, r Biddleville 

Morrison Sydney, r 16 Wadkins' Row 

Morrison Thomas, drayman J Asbury, r 612 w Eighth 

Morrison Vandina, r Biddleville 

Morrow Alice, 1^602 e Second 

Morrow Eliza, e Old Boundary, nr s Myers 

Morrow Frank, laborer, r 412 s Johnston 

Morrow Henry, wks R&DRR. r 209 e Old Boundary 

Morrow Henry, wks R & D R R, r 602 e Second 

Morrow Jordan, wks R & D R R. r e Old Boundary, nr s Myers 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Morrow Lizzie, r 510 s E 
Morrow Lula, r 717 e First 
Morrow Mahaly, laundress, r 412 s Johnston 
Morrow Miley, farmer, r 714 e Second 
Morrow Prince, farmer, r5ios E 
Morrow Rachael, r 724 e Second 
Morrow Rosanna, r7i4 e Second 
Morrow Silas, wks R & D R R, r 724 c Second 
Morrow Walter, wks C C R R, r 709 s C 
• Morrow Washington, wks R&DRR, 1-717 e First 
Moseley Albert, wks cotton compress, r 520 w Stonewall 
Moseley Alice, laundress, r 520 s Stonewall 
Moseley Amanda, r 506 e Third 
Moseley Daniel, r 602 e Stonewall 
Moseley Dora, r 602 e Stonewall 
Moseley Ed, laborer, r 520 w Stonewall 
Moseley Ernest, wks Buford House, r 506 e Third 
Moseley Lewis, r 305 s D 
Moseley Mary, nurse, r 500 e Fifth 
Moseley Mary, r 7 e Old Boundary 
Moseley Rachael, r 305 s D 

Moseley Sallie, dressmaker, rs Myers nr Stonewall 
Moseley Sam, butcher, r 500 e Filth 







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Moseley Samuel, cook, r 305 s D 

Moseley Sophie, r 602 e Stonewall 

Moseley Win, brickmason, r s Myers nr e Stonewall 

Moyer John, wks Carolina S & H Factory, bds n side C C R R 

Murdock Alice, cook r n end Poplar 

Murdock Andy, brakeman C C R R, r n end Poplar 

Murrill Eva, r 40S s C 

Murphy Adam, blacksmith, r rear 208 10 e Eighth 

Murphy Julia, cook, r 513 s D 

Murphy Maggie, laundress, r rear 208 10 e Eighth 

Mutz Dora, seamstress, r 305 w Trade 

Mutz Laura, seamstress, r 305' w Trade 

Mutz Lulu, r e Old Boundary 

Mutz Mary, cook, r 311 n Church 

Myers Sarah, laundress, r 58 n Myers 

Myers Wesley, laborer, r 58 n Myers 

NEAL ALEXANDER, shoemaker, r 304 w First 
Neal Amandn, r 304 w First 
Neal Ben, wks Charlotte Gas Co, r rear 604 s Mint 
Neal Dora, housegirl J Wilkes, r 508 w Trade 
Neal fames, farmer, r Biddleville 
Neal Jennie, laundress, r rear 604 s Mint 



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long: connected with the Hotels of Charlotte, gives 
_ greeting to his friends, and invites them one and all 
to call upon him, guaranteeing them liberal and satisfactory treatment. 

Neal Lump, r Biddleville 

Neal Mary, laundress, r rear 604 s Mint 

Neal Martha, r Biddleville 

Neal Nancy, r 622 s Graham 

Neal Nancy, r Biddleville 

Neal Sallie, cook J W Abernathy, r 515 n Poplar 

Nealy Allan, laborer, r n Graham 

Neely Charlotte, laundress, r w Sixth 

Neely Emeline, r 16 Wadkins Row 

Neely Harriet, laundress, r 509 w First 

Neeley Lucy, r 515 e First 

Neeley Nora, laundress, r n Graham 

Neely Robert, drayman, r w Sixth 

Nelson Joseph, laborer R & D R R, r 406 s Johnston 

Nelson Melissa, r 212 s Poplar 

Nelson Nancy, cook, r 302 w Vance 

Nelson Sarah Jane, laundress, r 406 s Johnston 

Nesbit Hannah, r 207 s B 

Nesbit Marshall, porter R B Alexander, r Greenville 

Newland John, porter C C & A R R, c 6cg w Stonewall 

Nicholson Archie, carpenter, r 515 s Myers 

Nicho.son Caroline, r 515 s Myers 

Nicholson Henry, brickmason, r 611 e Stonewall 



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Nicholson Lizzie, cook Central Hotel, r 6n e Stonewall 

Nicholson Sarah, r 411 e Second 

Nixon Sam, laborer, r rear 712 e Seventh 

Noble Kate, laundress, rue Fifth 

Nolan L D, R & D R R, r 3 e Old Boundary 

Nolan Mary N, r 2 e Old Boundary 

Norman Georgiana, housegirl, r alley nr Central Hotel 

Norment Cely, laundress, r 234 w Morehead 

Norment Isaac, porter Bixby & Alexander, r 234 w Morehead 

North Abram, porter North State Club, r 302 w First 

North Anice. laundress, r 302 w First 

North Jacob, packer Wilson Drug Co, r 315 w Stonewall 

North Lizzie, laundress, r 315 w Stonewall 

North Richard, janitor, r 207 s Poplar 

Norwood Anderson, brickmason, r 412 e First 

OATES CHARLES, laborer, r 401 s Graham 
Odom Hannah, laundress, r 324 s Graham 
Odom Katie, laundress, r 411 n Graham 
Odom Lemuel, butler, r 324 s Graham 
Oliver Lizzie, cook Wm Maxwell, r 410 n Graham 
Oliver Mary, laundress, r 412 n A 
O'Neil Margeret. cook, r 514 w Hill 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

O'Neil Chloe, cook Mrs J T Butler, r rear 605 s Tryon 

Orr Adeline, laundress, r Greenville 

Orr Amanda, r n Graham extension 

Orr Caroline, laundress, r nr Fair Ground 

Orr Charles, laborer, r 608 n E 

Orr Dallas, laborer, r 208 s B 

Orr Elam, laborer, r 304 s E 

Orr Isaac, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 

Orr Isabella, laundress, r 606 s Johnston 

Orr Lee, laborer, r 606 s Johnston 

Orr Louisa, cook Col R M Oates, r 501 n Tryon 

Orr Martin E, blacksmith H W Tatem, r n Graham extension 

Orr Martin V B, blacksmith, r n Graham extension 

Orr Mary, laundress, r 208 s B 

Orr Mary, cook, r 608 n E 

Orr Mary, laundress, r 409 e Stonewall 

Orr Thomas, porter Col R M Oates, r 501 n Tryon 

Osborne Augustus, drayman, r4i2 e First 

Osborne Nancv, laundress, r 412 e First 

Owens Alex, drayman, r 218 w Morehead 

Owens Ed, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 

Owens Ella, housegirl, r 702 w Third 

Owens Isabella, laundress, r 415 e Eighth 



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Owens Joseph, driver, r 415 e Eighth 

Owens Mary, cook, r 608 e First 

Owens Wm, porter F R Durham, r 218 w Morehead 

Owens Violet, cook, r 218 w Morehead 

Owens Wilson, laborer, r 702 w Third 

PAGAN EMMA, r cor e Second and A 
Pagan Edw, wks R & D R R, r cor e Second and A 
Page Millie, r 309 n Pine 

Palmer Abram, butcher and farmer, r s end Tryon 
Palmer Harriet, r s end Tryon 
Parker Mary, r 509 s B 
Parker Morris T, shoemaker, r 509 s B 
Parkes Lewis, wks Gilreath & Co, r 608 e Fourth 
Parks Cely, laundress, r 408 w Sixth 
Parks Eli, r 609 e Stonewall 
Parks John, blacksmith, r 712 e Seventh 
Parks Laura, laundress, r 702 n E 
Parks Lizzie, r 412 e Seventh 
Parks Lucy, laundress, r rear 23 e Fifth 
Parks Martha, nurse, r 502 s Tryon 
Parks Sallie, laundress, r 501 n Myers 
Parks Sallie, housegirl, r 702 n E 

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Parks Sam, laborer, r 408 w Sixth 

Parks Samuel, porter, r w Seventh 

Parks Zenas, laborer, r rear 23 e Fifth 

Partee John, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Partlow Loretta, cook, r 700 n College 

Patter Abe. laborer, r 718 11 E 

Patterson Ann, laundress, r e side R & D R R nr Third 

Patterson Eliza, r 525 e Third 

Patterson James, farmer, r e side R & R R nr Third 

Patterson James, porter H C Irwin, r 715 s Church 

Patterson John, r 525 e Third 

Patterson Rena, cook Geo H King, r 709 n Tryon 

Patterson Venus, laundress, r 715 s Church 

Patton Isaac, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 318 s Graham 

Patton Sarah, cook, r 318 s Graham 

Peartree Sarah, laundress, r 207 w Second 

Pemberton Ed, laborer, r 206 w Fourth 

Pemberton Hattie, laundress, r 206 w Fourth 



Pemberton James D, carver Central Hotel, 
Pemberton Lizzie, laundress, r 707 w Hill 
Pemberton Samuel, laborer, r 208 s B 
Pemberton Susan, cook, r Prather's Row 
Pendle Roberta, laundress, r 58 n Myers 



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Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



Corliss Engine in the So nth. 



Pharr Lee, shoemaker 217 s Tryon, r Logtown 

Pharr Lottie, r Biddleville 

Pharr Lou, cook John Walker, r 407 n Tryon 

Pharr Robert, wks R & D R R, r Biddleville 

Pharr Rev S M, r Biddleville 

Pharr Taylor, laborer, r 17 e Fifth 

Phifer Alexander, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Phifer Allen, r 601 e First 

Phifer Anderson; wks City Quarry, r 415 e Hill 

Phifer Ann, cook, r Wilder's Alley 

Phifer Cornelia, r Greenville 

Phifer David, brickmason, r Greenville 

Phifer Geo, wks M I Wks, r Biddleville 

Phifer Harrison, porter D P Hutchison 

Phiier Hattie, cook Dr Jones, r s College nr C C & A R R 

Phifer Henry, wks M I Wks, r Biddleville 

Phifer Irena, r 415 e Hill 

Phifer Isaac, plasterer, r 500 e Eighth 

Phifer Jane, r Biddleville 

Phifer Laura, r s College nr Stonewall 

Phifer Lizzie, laundress, r Biddleville 

Phifer Maria, laundress, r Greenville 

Phiier Martha, r 608 e Stonewall 



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Penn Charley, laborer, rnC bet Fifth and Sixth 

Peoples Mattie, cook, r 519 e Sixth 

Peoples Sallie, laundress, r 704 e Fifth 

Perry Alice, laundress, r 430 s Mint 

Perry Lewis, r 206 e Fifth 

Perry Lewis P, livery boarding stable 29 w Fourth, r 206 e Fifth 

Perry Rebecca, laundress, r 413 s Mint 

Pethel James, barber 40 n Tryon 

Pethel Jennie, seamstress, r 502 n Myers 

Pethel W M, painter, r 502 n Myers 

Pethey Isaac, butler, r 400 w Trade 

Petty Hilliard, miner, r 6 Middle 

Petty Mary Jane, laundress, r 6 Middle 

Petty Maria, laundress, r 903 s Church 

Pharr Alexander, gardener, r Biddleville 

Pharr Annie, r 510 s E 

Pharr Caroline, laundress, r 17 e Fifth 

Pharr Cornelia, r Biddleville 

Pharr Edward, wks Cotton Seed Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Pharr Emma, Biddleville 

Pharr Isabella, r Biddleville 

Pharr Katie, r Bidnleville 

Pharr Laura, r Biddleville 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- \ *-^ 

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16 West Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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J^- Phifer Mary A, laundress, r Biddleville 

O- Phifer Matilda, r Greenville 

O Phifer Millie, laundress, r Biddleville 

r ^- 1 ■ Phiter Mollie, r Biddleville 
P— ' Phifer Kebecca, laundress, r 416 n C 

_JT , Phifer Reuben, farmer, r Greenville 

^ ' Phifer Richard, farmer, r Biddleville 

(^ j Phifer Robert, laborer, r 416 n C 

^> Phifer Sandy, r 608 e Stonewall 

Philer Sarah, housegirl, r 10 Brothers' Alley 
Phifer Wm, r 415 e Hill 

£< Phifer Rev W P, r 304 n E 

> , Pickenham Columbus, laborer, r 4 Middle 

,, ! Pickenham Nora, laundress, i"4 Middle 
°S Pickenpack Adeline, cook, r e side R & D R R, nr Eighth 

CC Pickenpack Mary, teacher, r e side R & D R R nr Eighth 

Si^ Picket James, porter R & D R R, bds s Johnston 

^ Player Mary, r 410 e Third 

i Player Walter, r 410 e Third 

' Plummer Emeline, r Greenville 
UJ p4 Plummer Ezekiel, brickmason, r Greenville 
l. • Plummer Hattie, laundress, r 605 w Stonewall 
CO >— Plummer Wm, brickmason. r 605 w Stonewall 








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GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 



Polk Charlotte, r 313 n C 

Polk George, drayman, r 313 n C 

Porter Emma, cook, r 7 s Church 

Porter John, laborer, r 7 s Church 

^ Potter Lucy, cook, r rear 16 e Morehead 

1 Potts Alice, laundress, r 3 e Old Boundary 

Potts Amy, laundress, r 501 n Myers 
^2 Potts Isaac, farmer, r Biddleville 
Potts Katie, cook, r 514 s Mint 
Potts Louisa, housegirl, r Biddleville 
Potts Mary, housegirl, r 3 e Old Boundary 
Potts Mattie, laundress, r 25 e Fifth 
• t-H Potts Rena. r 915 s C 
Ch Powell Rev A A, r 602 s C 
[^ Pratt Alexander, wks Liddell Co, r 604 e Fourth 
qj Pratt Lizzie, nurse, r 306 s Tryon 
H — ' Preston A P, r 514 e First 
~^ Preston Rose, cook A Burwell, r 705 n Tryon 
t— - Preston Rose, r 514 e First 
$-* Pride Banks, laborer, r 211 s Mini 

,th i^w UICKEL ALICE, laundress, r 407 e Eighth 

C_> K) Ouinn Tom, wks R & D R R, bds w Third 



work for the People's Interest 
in Maintaining LOW PRICES 



Paints, Oils. 



R. T. BECK & CO. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Glass, Putty. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY— COLORED. 



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RABB JACOB, carpenter, r 408 s Poplar 
Rabb Samuel, butcher, r Greenville 
Rabb Sylvia, cook, r 212 n Church 
Rabb Violet, laundress, r 408 s Poplar 
Ramseur Charles, R R laborer, r 213 s Graham 
Ramseur Dorcas, laundress, rs Cedar 
Ramseur Emma, laundress, r 305 s Graham 
Ramseur Fanny, r 313 s Graham 
Ramseur Lucy, cook, r 13 w Eighth 
Ramseur Pink, laborer, r s Cedar 
Ramseur Robert, cabinet maker, r 305 s Graham 
Ramsey Susan, cook, r Prather's Row 
Rankin Mary Ann. laundress, r 25 e Fifth 
Rattley Sarah, r 601 s C 

Rattley John E, principal colored school, r 601 s C 
Ray George, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 
Ray James, shoemaker 6 s Church, r 612 s Mint 
Ray Josephine, laundress, r 612 s Mint 
Reading Susan, r 706 e Tenth 
Reddick Granville, wks Elec Light Co, r 705 s B 
Reddick Octavia, r 705 s B 
Reddick Sarah, laundress, r 411 e Stonewall 
Redfearn Harriet, laundress, r 412 e Twelfth 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Install all kinds of 
Electric Light Plaids. 



Redfearn Harriet, r n Graham extensian 

Reed Nancy, cook, r 412 e First 

Reed Aaron, wks Dr Gibbon, r 604 e First 

Reed Phillis, r 604 e First 

Reeves Angeline, laundress, r 409 e Eighth 

Reeves Fletcher, laborer, r 409 e Eighth 

Reeves Frank, r 228 e Old Boundary 

Reeves Mattie. r 228 e Old Boundary 

Reid Bonney, r 604 e Stonewall 

Reid Emma, r 604 e Stonewall 

Reid Harriet, r 510 w Hill 

Reid Jane, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 

Reid John, carpenter, r rear 509 w Hill 

Reid [ulia, cook, r rear 509 w Hill 

Reid Mary Ann. r 62S s Poplar 

Reid Mag, laundress, r 803 s Mint 

Reid Parthenia, laundress, r Lomax Alley 

Reid Peggy, r S03 s Mint 

Reid Philo, wks W U Tel Co, r 317 w Stonewall 

Reid Rulus sr, laborer, r 628 s Poplar 

Reid Rufus jr, laborer, r 628 s Poplar 

Reid Sallie. r 317 w Stonewall 

Reid Win, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 



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Rendleman Adolphus, music teacher, r 10 s Church 

Rendleman Maggie, laundress, r 10 s Church 

Rennerman Hattie, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Rhinehart Amelia, r Greenville 

Rhinehart Melchor, wks R & D R R, r Greenville 

Rhodes Hilliard, fireman Olivtr Oil Co, r 617 s Mint 

Rhodes R C, laundress, r 617 s Mint 

Rhyne Laura, cook B L Blair, r 14 n Cedar 

Rhyne Maria, laundress, r 304 w Vance 

Rich Martha, r 29 Wadkin's Row 

Richey Edward, wks Central Hotel, r 9 e Old Bounc'ary 

Richey Lulu, laundress, r 9 e Old Boundary 

Richardson Celia, seamstress, r 402 e First 

Richardson Violet, cook, r 516 s C 

Richardson William, wks Street Railway Co, r 516 s C 

Richmond Lee, wks Carolina S & H Factory, r n side C C R R 

Richmond Lula, r n side C C R R 

Riggins Arch, drayman A H Crowell 

Rivers Anthony, grocer 401 w Hill, r s College 

Rivers Alfred, porter John VanLandingham 

Rives Annie, nurse, r n C bet Fifth and Sixth 

Rives Cato, carpenter, r n C bet Fifth and Sixth 

Roberts Arthur, r Biddleville 

rr\HF RTTFORD r-fOTFT Charlotte, N. C, is one of the most 
uij 1JUJ- V^1VJ_/ nuiCL, complete and comfortable houses in 
the States. Is especially commended for the excellence of its table. 
Terms : $2. to $3.50 Per Day. George \V. Kittelle. Lessee and Prop'r. 



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Roberts Bates, miner, r 504 w Hill 

Roberts Julia, r 504 w Hill 

Robertson Ed, laborer, r 712 n E 

Robertson Mattie, laundress, r 712 n E 

Robertson Perry, laborer, r 306 n D 

Robinson Albert, laborer, r5i5 w First 

Robinson Amy, r 406 e Old Boundary 

Robinson Charles H, wks Compress, r 406 e Old Boundary 

Robinson Georgiana, laundress, r 604 e Fifth 

Robinson Levi, porter O W Badger, r 604 e Fifth 

Robinson Martha, cook, r rear 20S e Eighth 

Robinson Martha, tailoress, r 416 e Stonewall 

Robinson Tildy, r 513 s D 

Robinson Win, carpenter, r 400 w Sixth 

Robinson Watson, blacksmith, r Biddleville 

Rochelle Dan, porter C C & A R R, r 2c8 s Graham 

Roseborough Jennie, laundress, r e side R & D R R nr Third 

Roseborough Osborne, carpenter, r e side R & D R R nr Third 

Roseman Ada, housegirl, r5i5 n Church 

Ross Adeline, laundress, r 507 w First 

Ross Andrew, farmer, r Biddleville 

Ross Ora Anna, cook Capt Strickland, r 308 n Graham 

Ross Caroline, laundress, r 625 s Graham 

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Wholesale and Retail 

Cor. Trade and College Sts. 
Cliarlotte, N. C. 



Druggists. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



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Ross Claudie, r e side R & D R R, nr w Hill 

Ross Cornelia, r 303 w Second 

Ross Coleman, r 508 e Second 

Ross James, butcher, r 625 s Graham 

Ross Jane, laundress, r e side R & D R R nr w Hill 

Ross [oseph, farmer, r Biddleville 

Ross Mack, wks Oliver Oil Mill, r625 s Graham 

Ross Nellie, laborer, r s end Church 

Ross Oscar, tinner, r 303 vv Second 

Ross Rachael, laundress, r Biddeville 

Ross Rebecca, r 50S e Second 

Ross Susan, r Biddleville 

Ross Thomas, barber, r 708 s B 

Rouse Ibbie, laundress, r 6 e Gld Boundary 

Rozzell Andrew, laborer, r 717 s Church 

Rozzell Winnie, laundress, 1-717 s Church 

Rudisill A, barber 226 e Trade r 405 East Boundary 

Rudisill Elvira, r 405 e Old Boundary 

Rudisill Mary, cook Mrs L B Davidson, r 215 w Tenth 

Ruffin Alex, laborer, r 412 s Graham 

Ruffin Lucy, r rear 410 s Graham 

Ruffin Sallie, laundress, r 412 s Graham 

Ruffin Zack, laborer, r rear 410 s Graham 



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Russell Julia, cook, r 316 s Graham 
Russell Laura, laundress, r 618 e Fourth 
Russell Sallie, laundress, r 314 s Graham 
Rutledge Albert, laborer, r 301 w Tenth 
Rutledge Edie, r 301 w Tenth 

SANIFER JOHN, farmer, r 417 e Third 
Salter Martha, cook, r 702 w Third 
Salter Martin, wks M I Wks. r 702 w Third 
Sadler Lottie, r w side R & D R R, bet Eighth and Ninth 
Schenck John, farmer, 702 s Mint 

Schenck Lucinda, cook Mrs W M Shipp, r Soi n Tryon 
Schenck Lydia, teacher, r 702 s Mint 

Schenck Patsey, housemaid Mrs Rufus Johnston, r 609 n Tryon 
Schenck Paulina, r 702 s Mint 
Scott Melissa, r 308 s E 
Sellers Luriella, r 420 s Graham 
Sellers Maggie, cook, r 410 w Fifth 
Sellers Maggie, cook, r 505 w Trade 
Sellers Preston, wks R&DRR shops, r 410 w Fifth 
Sellers T B, brakeman R & D R R, r 420 s Graham 
Setgraves Millie, laborer, r s end Church 
Setgraves Primus, laborer, r s end Church 



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Setzer Mary, cook H C Long, r 12 w Fifth 

Sliadd Geo. drayman, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Shadd Hannah, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Shell Melinda, laundress, r 507 e Sixth 

Shell Peter, plumber, r 507 e Sixth 

Shepherd Andrew, drayman Elliott & Marsh, r 305 n Pine 

Shepherd Bella, laundress, r 305 n Pine 

Shepherd Marshall, shoemaker 6 s Church, r 301 s D 

Shepherd Lucy, r 301 s D 

Shepherd Mary L, r 301 s D 

Shields Christiana, cook, r rear 509 w Hill 

Shiftord Betsy, r 219 w Vance 

Shiftord John, drayman, r 219 w Vance 

Shipp Mose, laborer, r 12 e North Boundary 

Shipp Hannah, r 12 e North Boundary 

Shober Susan, cook, 301 sC 

Shufoi'd Katie, cook, r e side R & D R R, nr Third 

Siler Bussie, laundress, r 413 e Eighth 

Simmons Agnes, laborer, r 706 n E 

Simmons Allan, laborer, r 507 e Sixth 

Simmons Charity, r 304 s D 

Simmons Haywood, laborer, r 512 e Sixth 

Simmons Mehalv, laundress, r 512 e Sixth 



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Charlotte. N. C. 



Is regarded as one of the best South — Its rooms 
especially are commended for the ex- 
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Simmons Thomas, gardener, r 304 s D 

Simmons Wade, wks R & D R R, r 706 n E 

Simonton Ann, laundress, r 928 e Fifth 

Simon Boge, brakeman C C R R, r 520 e Twelfth 

Simonton Hattie. r 602 e First 

Simonton Margaret, laundress, r 602 e First 

Simon Mattie. laundress, r 520 e Twelfth 

Simonton Octavia, cook, r 928 e Fifth 

Simpkins Louisa, nurse Geo Shannonhouse, r 704 e Fourth 

Sims Anna, r 610 s E 

Sims Charles, wks Margolius & Co, r 610 s E 

Sims Emma, cook, r rear 503 s Tryon 

Sims James, wks J G Shannonhouse, r rear 503 s Tryon 

Sims John, porter Read & Co, r 313 s Graham 

Skief Willoby. r 606 e Fourth 

Slade Harriet, r 700 w Hill 

Slade Rev M. presiding elder Salisbury dis, r 600 w Hill 

Sloan G W, blacksmith, r 508 e Eighth 

Sloan Maggie, r 401 s Graham 

Sloan Miola, laundress, r 50S e Eighth 

Smart Laura, r 513 s B 

Smart Milas, wks city streets, r 513 s B 

Smiles Jeff, laborer, r 310 s Graham 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



Smiles Louisa, cook, r 206 s Church 
Smiles Ulysses, laborer, r 310 S Graham 
Smith Ada, laundress, r 410 s Johnston 
Smith Alfred, r 11 Wadkins' Row 
Smith Alice, laundress, r 906 s Tryon 
Smith Angeline, laundress, r s end Tryon 
Smith Annie, r 11 Wadkins' Row- 
Smith Annie, r 305 n C 
Smith Annie, cook, r 201 n College 
Smith Annie, r 410 s D 
Smith Bettie, r 704 e Tenth 
Smith Calvin, wks city, r 515 s B 
Smith Carrie, laundress, r 304 n Graham 
Smith Charley, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 414 w Second 
Smith Cicero, farmer, r Greenville 

Smith Edward, blacksmith J R Davidson, r 219 w Second 
Smith Edward, r 905 s C 
Smith Eliza, laundress, r 409 w Hill 
Smith Eliza, laundress, r 414 w Second 
Smith Fanny, laundress, r S17 e Filth 
Smith Florence, cook, r 206 w Fourth 
Smith Frank, waiter Buford Hotel, r 817 e Fifth 
Smith Frank, r 410 s D 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Smith & Vaile 
Oil Machinery in the South. 

Smith George, drayman, r 614 w Eighth 

Smith Henrietta, cook G S Johnson, r 607 n Poplar 

Smith James, laborer, r 416 w Hill 

Smith John, r 408 s E 

Smith John, wks city rock quarry, r 906 s Tryon 

Smith John T, farmer, r 14 e Old Boundary 

Smith Keziah, r 610 e Stonewall 

Smith Lena, r 408 s E 

Smith Lizzie, r 905 s Church 

Smith Louisa, laundress, r 614 w Eighth 

Smith Louisa, laundress, r 731 s Church 

Smith Lucy, cook, r 705 n E 

Smith Maggie, r 506 n Poplar 

Smith Margaret, laundress, r 301 w Second 

Smith Maria S, r 14 e Old Boundary 

Smith Martha, laundress, r n Johnston 

Smith Martin, drayman, r 222 w Morehead 

Smith Mary, nurse, r 205 w Fourth 

Smith Mary, laundress, r 416 w Hill 

Smith Mehaly, laborer, r 604 s Mint 

Smith Milas, r n Johnston 

Smith Minnie, r Biddleville 

Smith Mollie, laundress, r 416 s Graham 



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Smith Nancy, cook, r 411 e Third 

Smith Nora, laundress, r Greenville 

Smith Patrick, whitewashes r 731 s Church 

Smith Phillip, gardener, r Old Boundary, bet Stonewall and Hill 

Smith Pink, laborer R & D R R, r 301 w Second 

Smith Prudence, r 219 w Second 

Smith Rachael, laundress, r 410 s Johnston 

Smith Sam, laborer, r 305 n C 

Smith Samuel, laborer, r s end Tryon 

Smith Sarah, nurse R R eating house, r 414 w Second 

Smith Wallace, wks Central Hotel, r 411 e Third 

Smith Walter, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Smith Wash, carpenter, r 509 w Hill 

Smith W C A, drayman Standard Oil Co, 1 506 n Poplar 

Smith William, brickmason., r 610 e Stonewall 

Smith Wm, baker, r 419 s Mint 

Solomon Benah, cook, 523 e Sixth 

Solomon Grier, laborer, r 523 e Sixth 

Sparklin Annie, r 200 e Old Boundary 

Sparrow Luanda, r 410 s E 

Sparrow Mingo, carpenter, r 410 s E 

Speirs, Josh, wks Dr Gibbon, r 35 s College (up stairs) 

Speirs Robt, wks Dr Wilder, r 9 Wadkins Row 

TUC BUFORD HOTEL * s essentially adapted to the requirements of 
* traveliug commercial men, whose patronage is 

m „ *o 4. *o en j earnestly solicited. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

Te rms: $2. to »2.50 per day. GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Proprietor 

Speirs Solomon, cook, 35 s College (up stairs) 

Spencer Bettie, cook, r 202 w Tenth 

Springs Adeline, laundress, r 309 n D 

Springs Alfred, farmer, r s end Church 

Springs Amzi, laborer, r nr Fair Ground 

Springs Anna, laundress, r 309 n D 

Springs Austin, r 708 s B 

Springs Ben, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 18 e side R & D R R 

Springs Clarinda, laborer, r 500 n Myers 

Springs David, wks Oliver Oil Co, r 516 e Twelfth 

Springs Dick, laborer, r Prathers Row 

Springs Epsie, laundress, r 619 c Tenth 

Springs Hattie, laundres, r Biddieville 

Springs Helen, housegirl, r 601 e First 

Springs Jane, laundress, r nr Fair Ground 

Springs Jane, r 18 eside R & D R R 

Springs Jennie, r 414 e Boundary 

Springs Mamie, laundress, r 516 e Twelfth 

Springs Mamie, laundress, rue Fifth 

Springs Margaret, r 601 e First 

Springs Mary, r 708 s B 

Springs Milly, laundress, r rear 21 e Fifth 

Springs Murat, laborer, r 309 n D 



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J. N. McCAUSLAND, 209 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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Fine Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges 
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Springs Octavia, cook, r Prathers Row 

Springs Pelina, r 409 e Third 

Springs Phil, wks Liddell Co, 

Springs Pink, laborer, s 619 e 

Springs Sallie, r 517 e Sixth 

Spiings Sim, wks Cotton Compress, r 414 e Boundary 

Springs Stephen, wks Dr Jones, r 409 e Third 

Steele Charlotte, laundress, r 813 n C 

Steele Cynthia, cook Mrs C Dowd, r 701 n Tryon 

Steele James Butler, Dr M M Orr, r 521 e Sixth 

Steele Rev James, r Biddleville 

Steele Maria, r 206 w Third 

Steele Prince, laborer, r 206 w Third 

Steele Priscilla, laundress, Biddleville 

Steele Sallie, 521 e Sixth 

Steele Wm, laborer, r 410 w Second 

Steele Wiley, laborer, r 813 n C 

Stevenson Harrison, laborer, r 733 s Church 

Stevenson Louisa, cook, r 733 s Church 

Stevenson Louisa, laundress, r Biddleville 

Stevenson Maggie, nurse, r Biddleville 

Stewart Andrew, blacksmith, r 210 e Old Boundary 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control JVestinghon.se 
Engines in the South. 

Stewart Annie, r 210 e Old Boundary nr s E 

Stewart Emma, r Biddleville 

Stewart Lila, r 2ioy 3 e Old Boundary 

Stewart Mary, cook Mrs Morrow, r 215 s Myers 

Stewart Rufus, r rear 405 s Tryon 

Stewart Sallie, r 406 e Second 

Stewart Sarah, r 210 e Old Boundary 

Stewart Wade, farmer, r Biddleville 

Stirewalt Charles, butcher, r 411 n Graham 

Stokes Sallie, laundress, r w Third 

Stokes Berry, wks R & D R R Co, r w Third 

Stones Charles, barber N S Wild, r 206 w Fourth 

Stones Laura, laundress, r 206 w Fourth 

Stowe Hannah, laundress, r 409 s Poplar 

Stratton David, r rear 503 n Church 

Stratton Tiney, r rear 503 n Church 

Street John, porter Central Hotel, r 414 e First 

Street Minnie, r 414 e First 

Street Rachel, wks Buford House, r 414 e First 

Strong Amelia, r 12 e Old Boundary 

Strong George W, wks R & D R R, r 12 e Old Boundary 

Strong James, blacksmith, r 12 e Old Boundary 

Strong Mamie, r 12 e Old Baundary 

KUKNITURL lor Parlor and Library, 1-uriimirt- 
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Stroud Mary, laundress, r 208 w Fourth 
Stroup Roxanna, r8i5 n Tryon 
Sumler Jennie, r 509 s D 
Sumler Jethero, barber, r 509 s D 
Summey Amelia, r n side C C R R 
Summey Margaret, cook, r n side C C R R 
Sutton Asbury, painter, r 506 n Poplar 
Sutton Corinna, laundress, r 506 n Poplar 
Sutton Geo W, mechanic, r Greenville 
Sutton Jennie, r Greenville 
Swearinger Lou, r rear 208 e Eighth 
Swearinger Mary, cook, r 306 e Sixth 
Swearinger Robt, butler, r 306 e Sixth 

TAYLOR ADAM, tinner, r 626 n College 
Taylor Amanda, laundress, r s end s Church 
Taylor Augusta, seamstress, r 500 w Hill 
Taylor Banks, waiter Buford Hotel, r 719 s Mint 
Taylor Becky, laundress, r 816 e Seventh 
Taylor Carrie, r 5 1 3 s D 
Taylor Clara, laundress, r 721 s Mint 
Taylor Clark, laborer, r 721 s Mint 

TT-TP RlirnRTI T-jnTVT Is personally conducted by the undersigned 
ill!/ DUrUIiD ilUlI/lA Lessee and Proprietor. Formerly proprietor 
of leading: and well known Southern and Northern ATT h D T (IWr M f* 
Resort Hotels. GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Vtil AliL/U 1 1 JvilH.W. 

Taylor C S L A, barber and musician, r 500 w Hill 

Taylor Eugenia, r 509 s B 

Taylor Jennie, laundress, r rear 908 s Tryon 

Taylor J J L, r 500 w Hill 

Taylor Lizzie, laundress, r 721 s Mint 

Taylor Maggie, cook, r 204 w First 

Taylor Mag, cook, r 420 s Church 

Taylor Mary C, r 803 s C 

Taylor M C, wks V H Cates, r 37 s College 

Taylor Nancy, r s end Church 

Taylor Rose, cook, r 626 n College 

Taylor Sallie, laundress, r 719 s Mint 

Taylor Sarah, cook, r 525, e Sixth 

Taylor Thomas, laborer, r s end Church 

Taylor Washington, fireman R & D R R, r rear 908 s Tryon 

Taylor Wm, laborer, r w Sixth 

Taylor William, wks W E Shaw, r 215 s Tryon 

Tate Annie, cook, r 21 s Poplar 

Tate Lettie, cook, r 307 n Pine 

Tate Mary L, r 310 n C 

Tate Thad, barber Gray Toole, r 310 n C 

Terry, Fanny, cook C E Grier, r 807 n Tryon 

Thomas Alex, truckman R & D R R, r rear 509 w Hill 



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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 

Thomas Augusta, r Biddleville 

Thomas C T, carpenter, r 622 s Church 

Thomas Edward, wks Oil Mill, r Biddleville 

Thomas Emma, r 622 s Church 

Thomas Frank, laborer, r 909 n College 

Thomas Ida, cook, r rear 508 n Tryon 

Thomas Jennie, laundress, r e Eighth 

Thomas Lincoln, plasterer, r Biddleville 

Thomas Maggie, r Biddleville 

Thomas Mary, r 7 Wadkins Row 

Thomas Marv, r 18 Edwards Row 

Thomas Mary, r rear 504 e First 

Thomas Richard, farmer, r 509 e Eighth 

Thomas Sallie, cook J S Marse, r 400 w Fifth 

Thomas Sylva, r Biddleville 

Thomas Sylvester, cook, r 909 n College 

Thomas Rev Warner, r Biddleville 

Thomasson Anna, r 10 e Eighth 

Thomasson Bishop, wks S Wittkowsky, r 408 e First 

Thomasson Emma, cook, r 10 e Eighth 

Thomasson Laura, seamstress, r 408 e First 

Thomasson Limus, laborer, r 10 e Eighth 

Thompson Carrie, r 505 s D 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Co7itrol Westing house 
Electric Lights in the South. 



Thompson Emma, laundress, r s end Church 

Thompson Hattie, cook, r 301 e Sixth 

Thompson Madison, laborer, r s end Church 

Thompson Milas, porter, r Biddleville 

Thompson Myra, seamstress, r Biddleville 

Thompson Wiley, porter postal car. r 207 w Second 

Tidwell Henry, r e Third bet D and E 

Tindall Candis, laundress, r 217 s Poplar 

Tipps Mary, cook R L Farrington, r 801 n Graham 

Todd Dave, drayman, r 723 s Church 

Todd Hannah, laundress, r 723 s Church 

Toole Delia M, teacher, r 705 w Hill 

Toole Gray, barber 12 s Tryon, r 24 w Fourth 

Toole Laura P, laundress, r 705 w Hill 

Toome Ben, laborer, r 62S s Poplar 

Toome Martha, laundress, r 714 s Poplar 

Toome Paul, laborer, r 714 s Poplar 

Torrence Albert, shoemaker, r 407 e Hill 

Torrence Alfred, laborer, r w side s Tryon, nr Fair Ground 

Torrence Delia, laundress, r n side C C R R 

Torrence George, wks Liddell Co, r 1 Wadkins Row 

Torrence Henry, farmer, r n side C C R R 

Torrence Isom, driver, r w Sixth 



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Torrence Jane, cook, r w Sixth 

Torrence John, r i Wadkins Row 

Torrence Joseph, bricksetter, r n side C C R R 

Torrance Laura, laundress, r R & D R R bet e 3d and Fourth 

Torrance Lina, cook Walter Brem, r 726 e Second 

Torrence Touisa, r 1 Wadkins Row 

Torrance Malinda, cook Col H C Jones, r 604 e Fourth 

Torrance Martha, cook, r 904 w Trade 

Torrence Mary, r 1 Wadkins Row 

Torrence Nelson, r R & D R R, bet e Third and Fourth 

Torrence Phcebe, r 407 e Hill 

Torrence Rita, laundress, r n side C C R R 

Torrence Susan, cook, r rear 622 s Church 

Torrence Tom, laborer, r rear 622 s Church 

Torrence Veny, r 801 s C 

Torrence Vicey, cook, r 408 e Ninth 

Tracy Francis, laundress, r e side R & D R R s of Third 

Tracy John, welldigger, r e side R & D R R 

Trapp Polly, laundress, r s end Church 

Trapp Tim, r s end Church 

Trolinger Fanny, cook, r 410 w Filth 

Trotter Becky, cook, r rear 306 n Tryon 

Truepence Alice, cook, r 412 n College 

71 V RTTVflPH TIfiTFT Solicits the patronage of old and new guests- 
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Tucker James, laborer, r 310 w Morehead 

Turner Annie, cook, r 806. e Fifth 

Twitty Logan, drayman, r 713 s Poplar 

Tyler Arminta, r Greenville 

Tyler John A, Presiding Elder A M E Church, r Greenville 

Tyler Leonora, r Greenville 

Tyson Amelia, r 504 e Third 

Tyson William, wks Wadsworth's Stables, r 504 e Third 

VALENTINE JAMES, porter, r 206 w Morehead 
Valentine Sallie, laundress, r 206 w Morehead 
Vann Henretta, cook, r 321 w Fifth 
Varnes Nancy, cook, r5i2s C 
Vaughn Jackson, laborer, r 812 e Filth 
Vaughn Mattie, r 812 e Fifth 
Vick Ernest, porter Wilson Drug Co, bds 24 w Fourth 



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Wade Charles, miner, r 715 s Poplar 
Wade Emma, laundress, r 714 s Poplar 
Wade Joe, laborer, r nr Fair Grounds 
Wade Joseph, wks water works, r Water Works 
Wade Martha, laundress, 715 s Poplar 



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Wade Minerva, laborer, r e side s Church nr Fair Grounds 

Wade Phcebe, laundress, r 511 e Sixth 

Wadkins John, vvks C C R R, r 5 e Old Boundary 

Wadkins Maddie, cook Mrs Shannonhouse, r 5 e Old Boundary 

Walker Addie, cook, r rear 416 w Hill 

Walker Hannah, laundress, r 707 s Mint 

Walker Jason, r R & D R R nr e Third 

Walker Jerry, laborer, r 305 w Trade 

Walker "Jessie, carpenter, r 707 s Mint 

Walker J L, miner, r 432 s Mint 

Walker Lizzie, r 432 s Mint 

Walker Mary, laundress, r 220 w Morehead 

Walker Rosa, rR & D R R nr e Third 

Walker Thomas, laborer, r 220 w Morehead 

Walker Will, cook, r rear 416 w Hill 

Walkup Julia, laundress, r Biddleville 

Walkup Julia, laundress, r 624 s Poplar 

Walkup Washington, farmer, r Biddleville 

Wallace Adelaide, laundress, r 700 n E 

Wallace Alex, blacksmith, r rear 306 n Tryon 

Wallace Andy, butler, r 700 n E 

Wallace Ann, cook, rue Eighth 

Wallace Budd, wks Cotton Compress, r 800 e Tenth 

The D. A. Tompkins Company do all kinds of Steam 

Heating. 

Wallace Dallas, porter R T Beck & Co, bd.s 700 n E 

Wallace Hector, butler, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Wallace Jane, laundress, r nr Rudisill Mine 

Wallace Maria, laborer, r 911 s Church 

Wallace Sam, porter L A Meisenheimer, r country 

Wallace Sarah, cook, r rear 306 n Tryon 

Wallis Phyllis, laborer, r 705 s Church 

Wallis Winslow, laborer, r 705 s Church 

Walton Elsie, laundress, r s Third bet D and E 

Washington Alex, laborer, r s end Church 

Washington Alice, cook Mrs B Rintels, r 406 vv Trade 

Washington Felicia, laundress, r 210 e Ninth 

Washington Geo, laborer, r 414 n C 

Washington Georgiana, cook, r 414 n C 

Washington Gibrella, laundress, r 316 East Boundary 

Washington Henderson, brickmason, r 210 e Ninth 

Washington Hilliard, wks Oil Mill, r 316 East Boundary 

Washington James, cook Central Hotel, 1-521 e Third 

Washington Jennie, r 521 e Third 

Washington John, grocer 500 e First, r 509 s C 

Washington Mary E, r 509 s C 

Washing Mary, seamstress, r n side C C R R 

Washin gton Silas, butler J H McAden, r n side C C R R 

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Watkins Hester, cook P D Walker, r 210 w Tenth 

Watkins Louisa, laundress, 1 323 w Fifth 

Watkins Mollie, nurse Mrs T C James, r 61 1 n Church 

Watkins Silla, r 711 s Poplar 

Watkins Wm, wks M I Wks, r 71 1 s Poplar 

Watson C S, laborer, r402 w Sixth 
c/y Watson Henrietta, laundress, r 209 n D 
~~j Watson Jennie, laundress, r 402 vv Sixth 
■"""j I Watson Jesse, wks M I Wks, r 204 s E 
Hp Watson John, laborer, r w side R & D R R, nr Ninth 

Watson Laura, laundress, r vv side R & D R R, nr Ninth 
CD Watson Lizzie, r 204 s E 
C Watson Russell, wks Liddell Co, r 209 n D 

Watts Caroline, r4i7 s Mint 

Watts David, porter Alexander & Bixby, r 417 s Mint 

Watts Edom, laborer, 1-721 s Church 

Watts Lody, laundress, 1-721 s Church 

Watts Mary, housegirl, iS n B 

Weaver Betsy, r rear 503 s Tryon 

Weaver Thomas, gardener, r rear 503 s Tryon 

Webb Jane, seamstress, r rear 200 s Church 

Webb Laura, laundress, 1-713 w Hill 

Webb Rosa, cook, r rear 200 s Church 



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Webb Tena, r 515 s C 
Webb Virgil, farmer, r 713 w Hill 
Weddington Jennie, r 404 s E 
q3 I Weddington Martin, carpenter, r 404 s E 
Weddington Mattie, r 513 e Firsi 
Weddington R T, carpenter, r 513 e First 
Weddington Sarah, laundress, r 408 e Twelfth 
Weeks Green, laborer, r 18 Middle 
Weeks John, laborer, r 411 n D 
Weeks Lulu, laundress, 711 e Stonewall 
OO 1 Weeks Martha, r 18 Middle 
SE< '' Weeks Samuel, miner, r 711 e Stonewall 
!_J.) ' Weeks Virginia, laundress, 1-411 n D 

Wells Hattie, dressmaker, r 404 e Third 

Wesley Jane, cook, r 211 s Mint 

West Lou, laundress, 1-715 n E 

Weston Patsy, r e side R & D R R, nr Third 

Wheeler Anna, laundress, r3i3 w Stonewall 

White Alice, housegirl, r 508 e Third 

White Amanda, cook, r 403 e Seventh 

White Berry, flagman R & D R R, r 410 s Graham 

White Bettie, housegirl, r Greenville 

White Camilla, r Biddleville 



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White Carrie, r Biddleville 

White Ed, brakeman C C R R, r 522 e Twelfth 

White Eliza, r Biddleville 

White Ella, laundress, r 522 e Twelfth 

White Esther, cook Mrs Schiff, r rear 707 e Trade 

White Fanny, housegirl, r 211 e Third 

White Fanny, housemaid, r rear 410 n Church 

White Fayette, janitor Law Building, r 18 w Fifth 

White Fred, laborer, r 702 s Poplar 

White Hattie, laborer, r 708 n E 

White Joseph, gardener, r rear 321 e Trade 

White Julia, laundress, r nr Rudisill Mine 

White Junius, wks City Hall, r Biddleville 

White Laura, wks Margolius & Co, r alley Central Hotel 

White Lou, r 410 s Graham 

White Mary, laundress, r 41 1 n D 

White Nancy, laundress, r 702 s Poplar 

White Nathan J, janitor City Hall, r Biddleville 

White Richards, shoemaker 4 s Church, r 4 s Church 

White Silvia, nurse Mrs Latta C Johnston, r Poplar 

White Wm M, grocer 32 n College, r Biddleville 

Whitener Carrie, nurse, r 310 s Tryon 

Whitfield Daniel, carpenter, r 518 s Mint 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control Hill Auto- 
matic Sprinkler in the South. 

Whitfield Mary, r 518 s Mint 

Whittenburg Dave, wks Liddell Co, r 612 e Fifth 

Whitley Elmore, porter D W Oates, r 313 s Graham 

Whitus Chance, cook, r 25 e Fifth 

Wilds N R, barber 24 n Tryon, r 38 n Tryon 

Wilfong Ida, r 508 s D 

Willoughby Andrew, wks Oil Mills, r 806 n Graham 

Willoughy Anna E, r S06 n Graham 

Willoughby Henry, brakeman, C C R R, r 806 n Graham 

Willoughby Sarah, r 806 n Graham 

Williams A H, wks So Newspaper Union, r 404 s E 

Williams Rev Alex A, r 513 e Third 

William Alice, r 201 s D 

William Annie, r 404 s E 

William Bob, laborer, r 817 n C 

Williams Ben, laborer, r 232 w Morehead 

Williams Caroline, laundress, r 404 e First 

Williams Diana, cook, r 564 e Eighth 

Williams Elvira, laborer, r 706 e Tenth 

Williams Emma, laundress, r 711 w Hill 

Williams Fannie, r 513 e Third 

Williams James, laborer, r 810 e Seventh 

Williams Jane, r 210 s E 



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Williams John, laborer, r 226 w Morehead 

Williams Dr John T, physician 24 w Fourth, r 508 s E 

Williams Judie, laundress, r 817 n C 

Williams Lewis, drayman, r 711 w Hill 

Williams Lizzie, r 210 s E 

Williams Love, laborer, r rear 416 w Hill 

Williams Maria, cook, r 810 e Seventh 

Williams Mary, r 508 s E 

Williams Mary, r cor e Second and A 

Williams Mary, r4.11 e Old Boundary 

Williams Mary, laundress, r 226 w Morehead 

Williams Mary, nurse Mrs F I Osborne, r 500 w Trade 

Williams Mary, nurse, r 407 n D 

Williams Nancy, laundress, r rear 416 w Hill 

Williams Nettie, r 201 s D 

Williams Robert, wks C C R R, r 412 e Twelfth 

Williams Rosa, cook, r 407 n D 

Williams Sarah, cook, r 725 s Poplar 

Wilson Alex, laborer, r 411 w Sixth 

Wilson Alex, wks Cotton Mills r4i5 w Trade 

Wilson Alfred, wks Gas Co, r 505 s D 

Wilson Amanda, cook, r 208 e Eighth 

Wilson Caroline, laundress, r 224 w Morehead 



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Wilson Caroline, r 406 s D 

Wilson Caroline, r 505 s D 

Wiison Caroline, laundress, r 5096 Eighth 

Wilson David, wks Buford Hotel, r 518 sC 

Wilson Edward, porter John Walker, r 407 n Tryon 

Wilson Ella, laundress, r 219 w Second 

Wilson Frank, porter, r 600 e Seventh 

Wilson Geo, laborer, r 311 n C 

Wilson Hugh, laborer, r 509 e Eighth 

Wilson James, r 406 s D 

Wilson Jane, laundress, r 215 n D 

Wilson Jeff, laborer, r 412 n C 

Wilson Joseph, porter Oil Mills, r Biddleville 

Wilson Julia, laundress, r 311 n C 

Wilson Julia, laundress; r 306 n D 

Wilson Jordan, r 613 e Stonewoll 

Wilson Lavinia, laundress, r 412 n C 

Wilson Lee, painter, r 226 e Old Boundary 

Wilson Lizzie, r 518 s C 

Wilson Lulu, r 224 e Old Boundary 

Wilson Lucy, laundress, r Biddleville 

Wilson Maria, rue Stonewall 

Wilson Maria, r Biddleville 



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J. N. McCAUSL AN D, 209 S. Tryon Street, Charlotte. 



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CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY — COLORED. 



Wilson Mattie. cook, r 411 w Sixth 

Wilson Malinda, nurse T S Brown, r 402 e Trade 

Wilson Melinda, nurse, r4i2 n C 

Wilson Millie, r 224 e Old Boundary 

Wilson Rocksy, laundress, r 613 e Stonewall 

Wilson Sallie, housegirl r 415 w Trade 

Wilson Washington, r 406 s D 

Wine John, laborer, r rear 208 e Eighth 

Wine Lucy, cook, r rear 208 e Eighth 

Winecoft Eliza, cook, r 415 w Sixth 

Winecoff Mary, laundress, r 415 w Sixth 

Wingo Mattie W, seamstress, r 211 e Third 

Winters Rachael, cook, r 17 s Poplar 

Winters Win, cook, r 17 s Poplar 

Withers Matilda Ann, cook, r 421 w Third 

Withers Melissa, laundress, r e side R & D R R, nr Third 

Withers Johnston, laborer, r e side R & D R R, nr Third 

Withers Laura, r 527 e Third 

Wilson Nelson, laborer, r 421 w Third 

Witherspoon Angeline, r 523 e Third 

Withersnoon Jordan, tea her, r 514 e Eighth 

Witherspoon Mary L, laundress, r 514 c Eighth 

Witherspoon Wm, r 523 e Third 

The D. A. Tompkins Company Control the Harris- 
Corliss Engine in the South. 

Wood Adolphus, wks R & D R R, r 913 s Church 

Wood Eliza, laundress, r 913 s Church 

Wood Virginia, r 913 s Church 

Wolfe Harriet, laundress, 1-217 s Poplar 

Woodward Henry, laborer, r 909 n College 

Woodward James, wks Buford Hotel, r 416 e Stonewall 

Woodward Kirk, driver Dr Brevard, r 317 w Stonewall 

Woodward Mary, laundress, r3i7 w Stonewall 

Woodward Phyllis, laundress, r 909 n College 

Woodwards Robert, laborer, r 325 w Fifth 

Woodward William, wks Dodge House, r 416 e Stonewall 

Workman Margaret, laundress, r 609 e Stonewall 

Wright Elizabeth, laundress, r 325 w Fifth 

Wright Emma, cook, r e Eleventh 

Wright Guy, barber J E King, r 207 s Poplar 

Wright Hattie, r 307 w Stonewall 

Wright J F, carpenter, r 307 w Stonewall 

Wright Maggie, dressmaker, r 404 e Third 

Wright Mattie, r 409 n Tryon 

Wyche Rev Rev R P, pastor Pres church, r 205 w First 

YOKERM HARRIET, cook Mrs R Johnston, r 609 n Tryon 
Young Allen, wks Margolius & Co, r 409 w First 



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Young Bettie, laundress, r 308 n Myers 

Young Caroline, cook, r 801 s Church 

Young Delia, teacher, r Biddleville 

Young Emma, r 603 s C 

Young Frances, teacher, r 309 n Myers 

Young Geo, laborer, r Soi s Church 

Young Ida, laundress, r 306 n Myers 

Young Jane, laundress, r42i w Hill 

Young J F, teacher, r 309 n Myers 

Young John L, painter, r 603 s C 

Young Laura, cook, r 806 e Seventh 

Young Maria, laundress, r 409 w First 

Young Mary, housegirl, r 10 Brothers' Alley 

Young Mary, cook S Wittkovvsky, r 408 w Trade 

Young Mattie, laundress, r 421 w Hili 

Young Melvina, nurse, r 700 e Tenth 

Young Robert, porter W M Pegram, r 700 e Tenth 

Young Sallie, cook, r 400 w Trade 

Young Samuel, driver U S mail wagon, r42i w Hill 

Young Sarah, laundress, r 10 e North Boundary 

Young Sarah, r Biddleville 



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mriT Is noted for the excellence of all that tends to 
contribute to the comfort of its guests. Terms: 
$2. to $2,50 per day. CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

GEORGE W. KITTELLE, Lessee and Prop'r. 






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Matthews, North Carolina. 



The town of Matthews, situated on the Carolina Central Railroad, 
eleven miles east of Charlotte is a thriving town of 400 inhabitants, and 
is surrounded by some of the best farm and mineral lands to be found in 
the State. Churches of various denominations, good schools, public and 
private, and a progressive community made up of people of refined tastes, 
make Matthews one of the most attractive little towns in the South. 
Land is very cheap, and those seeking opportunities to invest capital in 
farm lands or manufacturing enterprises would do well to address any of 
the merchants whose cards are to be found on this and the following 
page. 



HEATH & REID 

Wholesale and Retail Merchants 




Cotton Buyers and Bankers 

MATTHEWS, N. C. 



J. S. GRIER. J. T. JORDAN. 

GRIER & JORDAN, 

-DEALERS IN 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

HANDLE STRICTLY RELIABLE GOODS. 

Hats, Clothing and Notions in Season. Cash 
Orders Solicited. 

East Railroad Street, o pp. Depot, - - MATTHEWS, N. C, 

Dr. T. G. ERVIN, 



-DEALER IN- 



Irags, Medicines, (Meals, 

Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Paints, Oils, Lamp 
Goods, Cigars, Etc. 



MATTHEWS, N. C. 



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eavu, and fancy Groceries 

AND CONFECTIONERY. 
MATTHEWS, .... NORTH CAROLINA. 



CHAMBERS HOUSE 

TRADE STREET, MATTHEWS, N. C. 

Sfe^J Terras: J1.50 gpSSj^t 



HEH DAY. 
Mrs. E. S. CHAMBERS, Proprietress, 



Mt. Holly, North Carolina. 

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On the western bank of the Catawba river and on the line of 
the Carolina Central Railroad, eleven miles west of Charlotte, lies Mt. 
Holly, one of the prettiest towns to be found in the South. Its growth 
has been rapid, having increased in population from 200 to 700 during the 
past two years. The town is composed in great part of northern settlers 
of the best class; it has unlimited advantages for manufacturing and farm- 
ing enterprises ; it has good schools, churches of various denominations, 
and there is now in course of erection one of the finest seminary build- 
ings in the State. The land surrounding Mt. Holly is adapted not only 
to farming interests, but a considerable portion abounds in mineral for- 
mations, and timber lands. The river affords splendid fishing, and the 
surrounding country contains a plentiful supply of game. A refined and 
generous people are located here, and what with the rich and cheap 
lands, water powers, and other advantages, Mt. Holly is destined to 
become in the near future one of the leading towns of the State. 



RIVER • VIEW • HOTEL 

MT. HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA. 

LENTZ BROTHERS, - PROPRIETORS. 



First-Class Table- 



t Comfortable Rooms- 



-Terms Reasonable 



Special attention pa :o Northern Visitors. Fine Fishing 
and Gunning. Came in abundance during season. 

CARRIAGES MEET ALL TRAINS. 



LENTZ ® BROTHERS, 

MT. HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA, 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Dry Goods of every description. Clothing in all the latest 

styles. Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Tinware, 

Hardware, etc. , etc. 

LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. 

MT. HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA. 

HOBSES JiNB CABRIAGES TO LIT. 

CAREFUL AND EXPERIENCED DRIVERS. 

Northern Visitors will receive special attention and will be carried 
through some of the finest farm lands in the state at reasonable terms. 

MT, HOLLY KNITTING GO, 

MT. HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA. 

M. R. DEWSTOE, Pi-es. T F. Costner. Secy &• Treas. R. C. Belk, Supt. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Mixed Seamless Half Hose 

OFFICE AND BUILDINGS: 
RAILROAD STREET NEAR CAROLINA CENTRAL DEPOT. 

JOHN C FICHTE 
Practical * Surveyor 

AND REAL ESTATE AGENT 



MT. HOLLY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Maps of this section, plats of particular tracts, and circulars describing lands will be furnished 
upon application. Correspondence solicited 



JOHN C. FICHTE, Mt. Holly, N. C. 



PRIt 



It is now nearly seven years since the Hirst 
Printing Company was established in this city. At 
that time it undoubtedly "filled a long-felt want," and 
from its advent dates a most decided improvement in 
the standard of work produced here. It success was 
great, and appreciation of its work general, and the 
class of printing that had previously been considered 
good enough would no longer be endured by the pro- 
gressive citizens of the Charlotte of to-day. 

This improvement in taste, inagurated and fostered 
by this house, has continued and developed, so that a 
printer in this community must keep abreast of the 
times to satisfy the present demands of a highly critical 
public. 

The Hirst Printing Company from its establish- 
ment was accorded the first place in its line, and 
quickly gained a reputation, of which it is justly proud, 
for the most tasteful work at uniformly reasonable 
prices. 

This position it still maintains, and now has a 
more completely equipped office than any city of similar 
size in the South. 

No work comes amiss. While proud of its repu- 
tation for artistic work, its rapid presses of latest con- 
struction and its other advantages give facilities for the 
production of large quantities at prices that cause 



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By aid of the process of sterotyping — a complete 
foundry being included in the outfit of this establish- 
ment — orders for large quantities of work can be turned 
out in a marvellously short time, it being no unusual 
matter to deliver ten thousand handbills or programmes 
in three hours after receiving the order. 

The range of work produced in this office is wide, 
embracing not only commercial work of every kind, 
such as bill heads, letter heads, cards, checks, receipts, 
circulars, etc., but also book and catalogue work, 
which is carefully handled by skilled and experienced 
workmen and revised by trained proof readers. 

Orders, either personal or by mail, receive careful 

attention, and all in need of any class of printing will 

find it to their advantage to write or call upon this 

house. 

HIRST PRINTING CO., 

212 E. Trade Street, Charlotte, N. C. 



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